Right now, your public lands are under siege. Sounds dramatic, I know, but it’s the truth. H.R. 621 is a bill that has been introduced to the House of Representatives by Utah representative Jason Chaffetz that will, if passed, allow the federal government to sell off 3.3 MILLION acres of public lands (which, by the way, belong to YOU and ME) all across Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming to private companies, who could then extort the land in whatever way they wish- drilling, clear cutting, running out the wildlife- even just fencing it off, making the land no longer accessible to us.
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(And what I’m doing about it.)
Anyone who knows me for the procrastinator that I am, probably won’t believe this, but I’ve already got my garden planned for this coming season. The seed catalogs came, I saw all the yummy fruits and veggies I could possibly plant, and I then I conquered that sh*t. My seeds are even already in the mail!
But I have a dirty little wannabe homsteader secret…
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My husband and I are new on the adventure to that magical state called Ketosis. So far, I’m actually enjoying it. We’re only on day 4- still plenty of time to get suuuuper bored with eggs and cheese and avocados and bacon… but since those are some of our favorite foods, I think there’s still time yet.
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This Sunday we celebrated Baby B’s first birthday! I just wanted to share a few of my favorite moments from our little get together for those of you who were too far away to be there for them yourselves.
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Last week, I murdered my Roma Tomato plants. It’s true. I have pictures to prove it.
But it was all in the name of that beautiful Pico de Gallo there. And in the end, it was worth it. I’ve included the recipe below, so you too can have a taste of the glory.
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