Homesteading Adventures: A Guide for Doers and Dreamers

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ManyTracks, Jan 1, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 303 pages
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With the year 2000 approaching, many Americans are longing for a simpler lifestyle. Read this book and make it happen. From cabin building to solar electricity to gardening, this book gives the basics of self-reliant living according to CindyLou and JJ, a pseudonymous couple on their first homesteading adventure. Entertaining and fun to read, this book is an essential guide for the casual or committed homesteader.

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User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

It's been years since I read this book so I actually forgot about the imaginary neighbors device the author uses. I do remember there was a lot of practical information. I also seem to recall that the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wendy - Goodreads

A fun read, although the fictitious neighbours got really irritating before long. I think that format probably worked well when it was a series of magazine articles but doesn't work so well in a book. Read full review

Contents

The Get Down and Get Dirty New Garden
75
Breakfast Flowers and Luncheon Weeds
117
Pickles and Eating Out of the Garden
133
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