Have you ever wondered how on earth my husband and I ended up living the lifestyle we do? We didn't grow up farming. In fact, we had remarkably ordinary suburban lives until shortly after we were married. At that point we decided (to the dismay of our friends and families) to chuck it all and leave urban California and move into a shack in rural southwestern Oregon.
This story of our early years chronicles the first decade of country life, through the birth of our children, the beginning of our home woodcraft business, and the establishment of our early homesteading attempts.
Bear Poop and Applesauce is now available as an ebook through our ebook website, Self Sufficiency Series (dot com). The book is 188 pages in length and costs $9.95. I laid it out so (in theory) you can print it with two pages per sheet.
This book has been metaphorically languishing in my drawer for years, but we decided to put it up for sale now... with all proceeds to be used to pay off Don's hospital bills.
And how, you may ask, did we come up with the title? Well you'll just have to read the book to find out.
The journey begins...