Author Archives: Nancy Wolff

Gardening in the Pacific Northwest is quite different from gardening in Vermont. I am looking forward to getting a garden established and enjoying a much longer growing season than I did in Vermont. In Vermont we were in the hardiness zone 4a while here in the Pacific Northwest, outside Tacoma we are in hardiness zone Read More…

February, a brand new month. It’s also my birthday month so I’ve always enjoyed the month of February. Our days are full looking at houses. Haven’t found just the right one, but more come on the market everyday. We just have to be patient. I am making progress on my goals however. Continue to monetize Read More…

As we continue to search for our next home we are wondering which state would be the better state to retire in, Washington or Oregon? We’re not ready to retire yet, but as we get closer to retirement age we wonder where to retire, Washington or Oregon? Both states seem to be experiencing amazing population Read More…

Another six weeks or so and sugaring season will begin in Vermont. In honor of Vermont maple syrup I decided to make a batch of Maple Oat Scones. I love these simple tasty scones because the sweetness all comes from maple syrup not cane sugar. They aren’t too sweet yet have a delicious maple flavor. Read More…

Welcome to the Simple Homestead Blog Hop! We’re so glad you’ve stopped by for a visit! Every week we get together here for another hop and I hope you’ll join us. The Hop runs from Thursday morning to Sunday evening. Have fun exploring all the great ideas that have been shared, and add your homesteading, Read More…

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