December 7, 2021

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10 homestead tips to survive a harsh winter



10 homestead tips to survive a harsh winter. We cover the ten tips that will keep you comfy during winter. we cover things like keeping at least one years worth of fire wood on hand, having extra water for in case of an emergency and having at least two months worth of food and fuel. Dressing in layers also helps keep the cold at bay when you have to be out working in the harsh winter. Keeping busy with projects and games is also key to not getting cabin fever.
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