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The Revival Of The Ole’ Saturday Homesteading Trading Post Ed. No. 38

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Happy Saturday Everyone!

The Ole’ Saturday Homesteading Trading Post is back and I hope all of you will link up and guess what anyone can link up as long as your post is homesteading related!  I cannot wait to see what all of you have been up too and I have so missed connecting and hearing about what you all are doing at your homesteads.

I do ask that all posts are rated G, family friendly, no carnival or link up ads, and no spam!

I am so excited too because now that I am self hosted at my lil’ domain all of my links that link-up will be embedded in my blog posting.  I do ask that you link back to this posting either in each individual post or you can snag The Ole’ Homesteading Trading Post badge and place it in your sidebar widget.  Either or is much appreciated 🙂

I would love to see posts on:

  • sewing
  • raising rabbits or any other livestock for meat/butchering posts
  • soap making
  • making your own lotions and potions
  • solutions for making life easier
  • gardening
  • raising chickens a subject near and dear to my heart
  • bee keeping
  • crocheting/knitting
  • crafts
  • DIY
  • sustainable living (such as composting, solar power etc…)
  • Off Grid
  • Preparedness/Prepping
  • Book Inspirations
  • Recipes/Cooking
  • Thoughts/Musings/Ideas
  • Homesteading Fun
  • Raising Our Children/Families
  • Homeschooling
  • Frugality/Bargain Hunting Thrift Store Finds
  • Vintage/Antique
  • Being Active
  • Financial/Saving Money/Budget
  • Dumpster Diving

and much much more that I can not even think of because you have already thought of it I am sure!

The Ole’ Saturday Trading Post will open up for link ups every Friday evening!  We have been so blessed in the past to have many amazing and well-known bloggers link up here!

Canadian Budget Binder

Old World Garden Farms

Live Ready Now

Homefront Prudent Living

Mom Photographer

Black Fox Homestead

The Way Grandmama Does It

Let This Mind Be In You

The Wilderness Wife

Little Homestead On The Hill

A Working Pantry

Rural Living Today

and many more!


I hope you will all join in on the journey of connecting homesteaders together at The Ole’ Saturday Homesteading Trading Post and I must say I’m glad to have it back……it feels like coming home again….

Fondly,

 

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Talk About Off Grid & The Ole Saturday Homesteading Trading Post Ed. No. 29 (lilsuburbanhomestead)

Our Featured Blog This Month Prudent Living & The Ole’ Saturday Homesteading Trading Post Ed. No. 35(lilsuburbanhomestead)

 

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  1. Rose Petal

    So glad you’re back at it again. We’ve missed the hop. Thanks for hosting!

    1. KarenLynn

      Thanks so much Rose Petal! So glad you linked up! I always enjoy your posts and seeing how you and your beautiful family are doing! 🙂

  2. gardenoflisa

    Hi Karen! Glad to see your hop back up 🙂 My blog Little Homestead on the Hill is mostly used for posting my thoughts nowadays, but I have a new blog…The Self Sufficient HomeAcre! Hope to have y’all drop by for a visit!

    1. KarenLynn

      Lisa Lynn I know about your new blog…I was looking at my old trading post link ups when I made my blog listing up….sorry! Your new blog looks great I always love hearing from you and what you are up too! We both have a passion for chickens and I love hearing your thoughts on twitter too. So glad you linked up! I have to get over to your blog hop too! 🙂

  3. Jenny

    Good evening! So glad you all are back! I love your new look. I’m sharing two posts: one on canning up chili for your pantry and one on hardening off transplants. Hope you all have a wonderful evening and a great rest of the weekend.

    1. KarenLynn

      Jenny thanks so much! This has been a labor of love for me especially although my husband and his projects truly inpsires me on a regular basis however I really had to take the time to finally make my blog (My lil’ hobby as I know you understand ;)…) a main priority this year! I am so glad I did and I so appreciate the compliment! I am very excited about both of your posts we really have gotten into pressure canning soups this year so I am always looking for new recipes….and we have to start getting our transplants ready so I am looking forward to hearing your ideas. So glad you linked up and I hope you come back next week!

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