Rainbows of incongruity

Wondering what it's like to be a builder, baker, farmer, WWOOF host, and part-time employee all at once? Well here's just a small section of my to-do list including everything from fixing tools and my car, to plastering a ceiling and finding our next WWOOF volunteers for the winter season. Never a dull moment, and... Continue Reading →

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Buns, birds, and beauty

Call me crazy, but I'm writing this in my should-be nap time. 7am saw the wood burning oven already lit, dough rising for some 80 (giant!) cinnamon buns plus the usual dozen loaves of sourdough, tables being set up out front, and a grand collection of coffee pots taking up the kitchen. Why, you may... Continue Reading →

Level 2

Hello, my readers far and near! Firstly, I do hope that you enjoyed Julie's insights to life and work here on the homestead - if you didn't catch her midweek post, scroll down and check it out. Julie continues to be a wonderful addition to our family and community, and is getting so much done!... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the WWOOFing World!

For this exciting mid-week blog post, I would like to introduce our lovely WWOOF volunteer, Julie! She has generously written a guest post for Nidulari, to share with you her first experiences here on our homestead! I'd also like to remind all of my St Croix followers that this Saturday is a bake day, with... Continue Reading →

Zooming along

It's been a great week in the land of Nidulari. With the help of our lovely new WWOOF volunteer, Julie, I've been able to plaster at twice my previous speed, resulting in the East wall and the rear wall being complete up to about 6' high, and the outer layer on the West wall being... Continue Reading →

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