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Feeding Your Skin, Your Hair and Your Health

Another season of foraging is just around the corner.  With only three ingredients remaining in the list of wild plants we wish to sell in our wild-crafted tea blends over at Ashtree Wildcrafting, we are already thinking of how we will continue to bring locally foraged, wildcrafted loose leaf tea to market.  At worst, we … Continue reading Feeding Your Skin, Your Hair and Your Health

Ashtree Wildcrafting

From Frugality and Foraging to Small Business

It's been awhile since writing another blog post here. Physical health has not been good for months first with a damaged foot and then with a broken collarbone. This has strained already tight finances and made it difficult to get out and forage. Even if mobility had been available, the Okanagan got socked in with … Continue reading From Frugality and Foraging to Small Business

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Passover and Bitcoin ~ As Seasons Change. . .

Spring has sprung, which means now you'll start seeing more about foraging again as well as my BTC adventures and financial budgetting tips, thoughts and adventures. Around our house, we celebrate Passover instead of Easter, which made the incredibly early lunar holiday a bit of a challenge for us this year. We visited one of … Continue reading Passover and Bitcoin ~ As Seasons Change. . .

End-to-End System for Earning, Saving, Growing, Spending BTC!

As I prepare to type tonight, I am busy in InfinityTrafficBoost doing my 100 site surf routine for the day.  The rest of what I am about to type about today however, begins with the earnings that Faucet Ally has netted me since March of 2017.  It is my goal to get ITB doing the … Continue reading End-to-End System for Earning, Saving, Growing, Spending BTC!

Wild Adventures with Marilynn Dawson

Wild Adventures Part 6: Processing Continued. . .

I sit here tonight drinking a test cup of nettle, dandelion, chokecherry leaves, semi-crushed dried berries and stems, and homegrown mint leaves and stems.  I mixed one part dandelion to two parts of everything else more or less, and one part mint roughly.  The resulting tea had a very grassy taste with a decidedly nettle … Continue reading Wild Adventures Part 6: Processing Continued. . .