Thursday, March 9, 2017

In Depth Kitchen Tour


Hey all! I'm still working on this video thing. So I just finished a full kitchen tour. Something I don't think I've ever done a real post on. Partially right now I'm working at turning some older blog content into a video format, but this is actually new content even for all you faithful blog readers! 

P.S. You folks who actually read are my favorites! Don't tell anyone who's only on my youtube channel..... ;)




And so, just for you reader folks, what the weather looked like outside the day I shot this video! These swans were not far from my house, in the crazy heavy snow. Ah. Spring in my area!






10 comments:

  1. Hi, Ariel..

    I just wanted to say that I don't usually come here to your blog because I receive your posts in my E-mail and I really like it that way. Silly, but I don't want to miss a thing!

    Take care!

    (Bethann12342@yahoo.ca)

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    1. Wonderful! However people like to access things is fine with me! The more people who read/watch/like/share things, the more I can make!

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  2. Happy to be a regular reader for some time now. Keep up the good work!

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  3. Hello Ariel, I just love it when your emails come in and I get to see a little slice of the next chapter in your amazing life adventure. I just loved both the kitchen picture and all the animals. You are very talented.
    Like Cathy I don't usually come to the blog, but today I wanted to thank you for all the amazing sharing. You are quite inspirational.
    Lisa from New Zealand.

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    1. Thank you so much! Like I told her however people like to access things is fine with me. The more people who read/watch/like/share things, the more posts and videos I can make!

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  4. Dios te bendiga Ariel!!! Gracias por compartir tus días y mostrarnos tu hogar, por favor no dejes de escribir en tu blog lo que dices en el vídeo que veo con mi celular, pues no entiendo bien tu idioma y en el blog uso traductor. Gracias. Un cálido abrazo desde Argentina.

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    1. Thank you, you are very kind. I will try to keep writing as well.

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  5. Wonderful work! Your blog has offered fantastic food for thought even if I might not find myself living in a similar setting now or ever. Thank you very much for writing and covering also (and especially) the mundane and unglamorous aspects of life with such honesty.

    Are you already planning your garden for this year and do you anticipate it to produce a notable fraction of your food? Do you view it as a hobby you would be doing anyway and wouldn't want to have to depend on for food security or do you figure in the financial benefit versus time and effort?

    That came out way wordier than I set out to say! Anyway, thanks again and all the best in your endeavours.

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    1. Thank you! I am planning a big garden again and just itching to get started on it as soon as I have bare dirt! I hope to raise a high proportion of my food, but know that in this climate I can't count on the weather cooperating. For instance most things did not do well due to crazy temperature swings and many freezes through the summer. The year before, I got a lot of food.

      For me it's some of both. I enjoy gardening and would probably do it either way. But I also count the benefit of good fresh chemical free produce as worth quite a bit of food and health care money. :)

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  6. I absolutely love your tiny house kitchen. As someone who also loves to cook, it truly has everything needed. Thank you for your detailed video and sharing!

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