Archive for July, 2014

Mormons popping up all over TV these days

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

This is an AMC cable Western set against the construction of the transcontinental railroad, and beginning with the second episode, a new murderous villain is introduced, Aaron Hatch, the head of a homesteading Mormon polygamist family whose farm is in the …

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Miniature Golf, Log Cabin Rentals Coming to Dunbar – WSAZ-TV

Thursday, July 31st, 2014
Miniature Golf, Log Cabin Rentals Coming to Dunbar
WSAZ-TV
In addition, the city is looking to put in log cabin rentals at the historic Wine Cellar Park. This development is just in the planning stages. The exact number of rentals as well as a timetable for completion have not yet been decided. More

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The Real Reason Why Joss Whedon Named His Space Western Show Firefly

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Humanity survives by homesteading terraformed outposts in a new planetary system, simply called “the ‘verse” by its inhabitants. Joss would introduce us to not just one but a series of worlds recovering from a civil war between an antiseptic, Orwellian …

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Anneli Carter-Sundqvist: homesteading at the Deer Isle Hostel – Island Ad-Vantages

Thursday, July 31st, 2014
Anneli Carter-Sundqvist: homesteading at the Deer Isle Hostel
Island Ad-Vantages
When you first meet Anneli Carter-Sundqvist, a tiny powerhouse of a woman nearly always on the move, you might easily believe that homesteading as well as running a hostel represent a way of living she learned from childhood onward, so accomplished …

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Honouring Original Families

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

It seemed somehow appropriate that 14 Cochrane and area homesteading families were recognized in front of the chutes at the Cochrane Lions Rodeo Grounds, July 25, Paying tribute to as part of the festivities at the Cochrane SummerFest. Bronc riders …

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Go Whole Hog: How to Buy, Butcher, and Share an Entire Pig

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

The Institute of Urban Homesteading (IUH) in Oakland aims to change that by spreading the wealth, and the pig, in its new class The Whole Pig: Community Pig Buy and Butchery. The Whole Pig is part of a new series of classes, or “meat parties,” which …

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Anneli Carter-Sundqvist: homesteading at the Deer Isle Hostel

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

When you first meet Anneli Carter-Sundqvist, a tiny powerhouse of a woman nearly always on the move, you might easily believe that homesteading as well as running a hostel represent a way of living she learned from childhood onward, so accomplished are her …

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Relish the details in this custom-built log cabin – The Warwick Advertiser

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Relish the details in this custom-built log cabin
The Warwick Advertiser
This is a truly unique home that will make you feel like a princess living in your very own woodland paradise. The privacy of this location will ensure that you and your family are always safe from prying eyes surrounded by the trees and quiet comforts

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Iconic Sleeping Bear Dunes Cabin Sold to National Park – MyNorth.com

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Iconic Sleeping Bear Dunes Cabin Sold to National Park
MyNorth.com
A historic log cabin, located on Inspiration Point in the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, near Glen Arbor, was sold to the National Park Service after a deal that took almost three years of work to make happen. This historic cabin was designed and built by a …

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Councillors clash at Darlington planning meeting which approves log cabin … – Darlington and Stockton Times

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Darlington and Stockton Times
Councillors clash at Darlington planning meeting which approves log cabin
Darlington and Stockton Times
TENSIONS rose at a planning meeting in which a councillor described a proposed accommodation development for vulnerable youngsters as being like an “open prison”. The comment was made by Councillor Gerald Lee at a Darlington Borough Council …

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