Sorry about the lack of podcasts and posts. I’ve chosen to spend most of my time working on my homestead and writing.
Fortunately I was able to finish my second book. Its called “The Scrounged Homestead”.
Here’s the summary I wrote for Amazon:
Do you enjoy homesteading but hate the cost of the tools, equipment and supplies necessary to keep the homestead running efficiently?
Do you pine for days gone by and stories from your grandparents about using and reusing things until they wore out?
Do you lament the environmental damage done to our planet and want to do something about it?
The Scrounged Homestead is a cradle to grave book about taking things people consider trash and using it to build the best homesteading equipment. Learn how to find these materials, how to secure a source and then how to turn them into treasured tools for a better homestead.
The book is divided into three sections: An introduction to scrounging and general tips, a list of the materials and where to find each and finally a bunch of projects that you can build using the materials. The book has close to 100 illustrations in it.
For $7.99 you can purchase this book in PDF format (I tried to format it specifically for e-readers and tablets) here:
The hard copy of the book should be available at Amazon later this week. Unfortunately it is not in full color because of cost considerations (I’d have to charge over $20).
As with the last book I will be sending out review copies. If you are interested please let me know. If I sent you the last book and you failed to provide a review (via Amazon or otherwise) please don’t ask for a copy of this book. All I ask is an honest review.