Pioneer Woman at Heart

One Flourishing, Frugal and Fun Family!

One family learning to live off the land, cut back on expenses, and to live a simpler and a more self-sufficient lifestyle.

Adopted Motto

"Eat it up,
Wear it out,
Make it do,
Or go without."
~A Pioneer Sampler, by Barbara Greenwood~

Monday, August 16, 2021

Deer ~ Weekend

 


Chased this bugger off.  She was hanging out with the apple trees and berry bushes.

We had busy weekend.  I worked more in the upstairs, cleaning carpets, and moving totes of yarn.  We attempted to dismantle a desk and move it to Daughter E's apartment, but it basically fell apart.  We do have another desk she can have. 

We picked up a new jack for the camper, so that will get installed soon.  We checked more produce stands as well.

We visited Mom and my husband installed a new dryer cover for her, then took a late birthday gift over to Daughter T.

I'm so glad I am getting my yarn moved and into the upstairs.  I had so much shoved into our closet I can now better see what supply I have.  I had way more #10 thread than I thought.

My closet will soon be much better organized and with space to walk in and out again.  Golly, it was so over due.

Sunday evening we did a quick check on the garden and hauled in 7.14# of tomatoes and a lot of hot peppers.

We have rain and thunderstorms today.

Prayer list:  Daughter T's (my step daughter) sister J who is pregnant and has covid, little man grandson D who is sick with a fever and grand daughter A who has been having stomach problems, and my Mom who hasn't been feeling well and struggling with some issues.  Since she got her jab, she's recently been dealing with more health issues, and one is heart failure.  Three people we know who got the jab are having heart problems (praying for them all).

4 comments:

Lisa K Thomasson Jung said...

Great pictures. Look like you had a busy weekend. Stay safe and healthy.

Kristina said...

Thanks Lisa, you too.

MamaJ said...

Tie a few white plastic grocery bags (all white)on the apple tree and any fence or other trees you have. Two or three should do it. Make them about 'butt-high' for the deer. As the wind blows them around a bit, it mimics the 'flagging,' or danger signals that deer give in the wild. Used to use this trick in the mountain valleys of Colorado when we lived there. Done properly, deer take off like wildfire!

Mama J

Kristina said...

MamaJ thank you so much for that tip. Will try it for sure.