After much discussion between Kassy, Nate and myself, I’ve finally opened an Etsy shop to sell the products of my second favorite hobby: Woodworking. Above, you can see my third item for sale, a wine bottle and glass holder for outdoor use. It will hold one 750ml bottle, and two wine glasses.
At this point, I’m keeping my expectations as grounded as possible, but wouldn’t it be great if this shop turned a profit, or even generated enough revenue to buy more tools ?
You can visit my etsy shop “NWPABackwoods” by clicking here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NWPABackwoods?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Just in case your wondering, my favorite hobby is playing in the dirt, whether it be on the dozer, or planting tomatoes. =)
A few years ago, I planted 12 different types of grapes on the farm, including many plants that I cloned. This year I’ve finally started to taste the rewards of that effort, in the form of Grape Jam. [ Continue Reading at ITfarmersblog.com ]
It’s been an unseasonable cool summer, with what seems like twice the normal amount of rain. I’ve only had to water the garden in the first few weeks after it was planted, and I haven’t touched it since. The crops are still doing very well for the most part. [ Continue Reading @ http://itfarmersblog.com/?p=2844 ]
I’ve been meaning to take cool weather veggies more seriously for several years now. I’ve never had much luck with the likes of broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, and thought there might be an issue with my timing. I was also interested in extending the growing season in the spring and fall, so I decided somewhere in the depths of the miserable winter of 2013-2014 to construct a hoop house. [ Continue Reading at ItfarmersBlog.com ]
This summer I acquired a small, antique bull-dozer. I didn’t have any use in mind for it, but the prices was too good to pass up. The first day I drove it was quite an education. For one, there are two directional handles rather then a steering wheel, and curiously, this machine had two shifters. [ Continue Reading at http://itfarmersblog.com/?p=2818 ]
When I moved into my new home, I had a half completed project waiting for me in the background. This structure was originally intended to be a horse barn, but I’m not the type who enjoys feeding animals everyday nor do I enjoy making or stacking hay in the hot summer. So, I’ve decided to finish the building for use as [ Continue Reading at: http://itfarmersblog.com/?p=2807 ]
After years of telling myself to cut back, I’ve finally managed to plant a much smaller, much more “normal” sized garden. It’s amazingly simple to maintain, and I only have to move the sprinkler once per watering to cover all of my plants. I’d guess the … [ Continue Reading at: http://itfarmersblog.com/?p=2798 ]