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I hope you’re enjoying this long weekend. The first of September signals the beginning of fall on our homestead. Even when the sun lingers, cool crisp nights, and leaves littering the field and road remind me that winter is just around the corner.
We’ve been busy in the garden, preserving the harvest. I’ve still got apple pie filling, blackberry jelly, and October beans left to put up. I hope you enjoy this edition of the Homestead Hop and your long weekend.
Come on over to the Homestead, choose your rocking chair…a glass of tea and sit a spell! This is a Blog Hop Y’all and there are plenty of posts to keep your attention…entertain you, educate you or make you smile…all day long. Stay as long as you like; submit an article (or 2), visit other blogs, leave comments and enjoy your stay here on the porch…Sundays at The Homesteaders Hop!
Here on the Homestead we are all about living a self-sufficient, self-reliant, and self-sustaining lifestyle in as natural, organic & frugal ways possible.
This Blog Hop is being hosted by:
Anything and everything related to: Homesteading, Prepping, Gardening, Cooking/recipes/food, Livestock of all varieties, Off-grid, Natural Living, Wellness/wholeness and Healthcare, Herbal, DIY & MYO!
This is a family friendly Blog Hop! Absolutely NO profanity or suggestive material at all – your post will be immediately deleted.
If you’re new to blogging OR just new to Blog Hops, (or need a reminder), here’s what you do:
The post that you want to submit to the Blog Hop needs to have a link back to the Blog Hop either with a Button (provided for you below) or with a text link. For example you might say in your post…”This post was shared on The Homesteaders Blog Hop”, or “I participated in The Homesteaders Blog Hop” and this would generally go at the end of your post. Either the button or the text link is fine. How do you make the link? Copy the URL of The Homesteaders Blog Hop from your browser address bar. Then click or highlight your button or text, then click the “link” button on your blogging tool bar and paste the URL into that line. Save and that’s it.
Here’s the button:
And Here is the Code to Go with Your Shiny New Button:
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Just copy/paste this into your sidebar and voila…your button!
When your post is all written, edited and linked up, then you need to link up your blog post by using the Linky Widget below. Linky is very easy to use and self-explanatory.
Please link the URL of your actual BLOG POST and NOT your blogs HOME PAGE. Most blogging platforms show a URL or shortlink at the top of your post when you are in your dashboard area. Highlight this URL, it is what you will place in the Linky Widget.
Homesteading/Prepping bloggers, please visit other blogs posts and comment…share the love!
Are you interested in becoming a host of this blog hop?
Well we are looking for new hosts to join in on this great hop! if you are interested please send us an email at: [email protected]
Happy Bloggin y’all!
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Melissa K. Norris inspires people's faith and pioneer roots with her books, podcast, and blog. Melissa lives with her husband and two children in their own little house in the big woods in the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains. When she's not wrangling chickens and cattle, you can find her stuffing Mason jars with homegrown food and playing with flour and sugar in the kitchen.