But the rain also gave me time to get the blogs updated a little earlier than I thought I would. Even managed to get done all the ones that I did yesterday:
Zombies Aren't Real ... Are They?!
Up On Hartford Ridge
Larkspur in Eden
There Is No Such Thing As A Thornless Garden
Enduring On The Lake
When All Doors Close
Mother Hen's Recipes
If I finish everything I want to get done today around the house I hope to get in a little extra writing so that I can stay ahead, we'll have to see.
Today's videos actually came from research I did after cleaning all the grass seed off of my van where we drove in. The road back to this place is a mile long and all ours. Most people don't even realize there is a property back here much less a house and orchard. We keep it that way by leaving the road as grass ... well some of it is actually hay that we keep mowed down like grass. Stands up to rough usage without necessarily giving away the expanse is used as a road. There is one section that is an old wagon road that will likely never grow much but weeds and sawbriars that is a bear to maintain the fence line.
Geez got off track. What I meant to say was that I wondered if there was any way to use grass seeds for survival purposes and low and behold I am far from the first person to think of it. Here are some videos from the JoeandZachSurvival channel on youtube. They have a lot of them but I found these pretty doggone interesting. The first one is taking the seeds of wild grasses and turning them into flour. There's also one in there no turning rose hips into flour.