These hilarious birthday party games are great for teens and even for toddlers! Play them outdoor in the summer or indoor in the winter for one funny party! You could even try them with your tweens or for adults at a 50th birthday party. I can’t wait to t

These hilarious birthday party games are great for teens and even for toddlers! Play them outdoor in the summer or indoor in the winter for one funny party! You could even try them with your tweens or for adults at a 50th birthday party. I can’t wait to t

These hilarious birthday party games are great for teens and even for toddlers! Play them outdoor in the summer or indoor in the winter for one funny party! You could even try them with your tweens or for adults at a 50th birthday party. I can’t wait to try #3!

These hilarious birthday party games are great for teens and even for toddlers! Play them outdoor in the summer or indoor in the winter for one funny party! You could even try them with your tweens or for adults at a 50th birthday party. I can’t wait to try #3!

Move the playground inside? Go camping in the winter? Why not?! Maybe not a whole playground but why not a slide. Maybe don’t camp in the snow but why not set the tent up in your living room? This winter we are working with Horizon, once again, to encourage family time! And why not make that...Read More »

Move the playground inside? Go camping in the winter? Why not?! Maybe not a whole playground but why not a slide. Maybe don’t camp in the snow but why not set the tent up in your living room? This winter we are working with Horizon, once again, to encourage family time! And why not make that...Read More »

Indoor Vegetable Gardening: 37 Edibles You Can Grow Indoors In The Winter - As a prepper, one of the essential skills is for you to be able to sustain yourself and have food available to you the whole year, if and when you need it. One way of achieving this, is through an indoor vegetable garden. It doesn’t take up a lot of space and, more importantly, is able to function entirely inside.

Indoor Vegetable Gardening: 37 Edibles You Can Grow Indoors In The Winter - As a prepper, one of the essential skills is for you to be able to sustain yourself and have food available to you the whole year, if and when you need it. One way of achieving this, is through an indoor vegetable garden. It doesn’t take up a lot of space and, more importantly, is able to function entirely inside.

Plastic Wrap Panel To Enclose A Porch ... to protect furniture and items they have stored on their porch for the winter, pretty cool idea really. It allows them to still use their porch in the winter except for the coldest months. They put a little space heater out there for a little warmth ............... #diyporch #DIY

Plastic Wrap Panel To Enclose A Porch ... to protect furniture and items they have stored on their porch for the winter, pretty cool idea really. It allows them to still use their porch in the winter except for the coldest months. They put a little space heater out there for a little warmth ............... #diyporch #DIY

How to Care for Chickens in the Winter- Winter is creeping in! Take these extra measures to keep your chickens safe and warm through the cold months ahead.

How to Care for Chickens in the Winter- Winter is creeping in! Take these extra measures to keep your chickens safe and warm through the cold months ahead.

shed cost about $200 in new materials. already had the screws & hardware,purchased the plywood,lumber & roofing. project best done by 2 people It is sturdy in a storm. The sheds have no floors so they are lighter and easier to move. In the winter, the goats stay inside a lot and the hay builds up, making it warm & snug. The hardest part is removing the hay in the spring.  we periodically fork it out throughout the winter, shed has 3.5 walls

shed cost about $200 in new materials. already had the screws & hardware,purchased the plywood,lumber & roofing. project best done by 2 people It is sturdy in a storm. The sheds have no floors so they are lighter and easier to move. In the winter, the goats stay inside a lot and the hay builds up, making it warm & snug. The hardest part is removing the hay in the spring. we periodically fork it out throughout the winter, shed has 3.5 walls

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