1. Trip Report, Santa Lucia, May 2015 (Part 1) Bone Collecting


    May 17, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes


    We spent our first overnight as a family at the bus since we installed the wood stove.  We managed to …
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  2. Yard Rabbit Follow Up


    May 8, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes


    Bibi is doing fine.  Daryl decided that she didn’t want to be a janitor anymore, so she escaped to the …
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  3. Life Beyond the Blog


    May 7, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes


    There’s a whole other side of life that’s happening in the part of my life that I haven’t written about, …
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  4. How to Grow Fodder for Your Livestock


    May 4, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes

    Barley fodder

    What is fodder?  Fodder is when you take some sort of seed, like barley, wheat, oats, or sunflower, soak them, …
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  5. Selling Out


    May 3, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes


    The time came for us to get rid of a few chicks.  We packed up eight of them and six …
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  6. Pasture Pod Update


    April 26, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes

    rabbit tractor

    We have two litters going right now.  One is a litter of five, the other is a litter of seven. …
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  7. Ikea Solar Lamps


    April 19, 2015 by Mark Oliver Howes


    Lighting in the bus can be tricky.  Ideally, the overhead lights powered by the bus battery provide the best lighting, …
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