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A neighbor who is clearing some land brought us these logs of future firewood.

Congratulations! You Made it Halfway through Winter

We're halfway through winter, but anything can happen weather wise, especially in February. Don't let warm weather get your hopes up
A chicken dares to come out of the coop despite the snow.

Cold and Hazardous Conditions on the Homestead

Despite bone-chilling cold, dangerous driveways and roads, and days of snow, we successfully survived the blast of winter weather.
In the snow, everything looks black and white.

The Arctic Blast Arrives

Snow and bitter cold make homestead chores more difficult, but the chickens seem to tolerate it OK as long as they get food and water.
A mountain snowstorm

Prepping for the Big Chill

Are you prepped for a polar vortex and all the challenges it can bring? Your best bet is to stay home and ensure you have a backup heat source.
Our dog in the snow

Winter Weather Strikes, With More Expected on Friday

A winter storm swept up the East Coast, bringing everything from flooding to tornadoes to blizzard-like conditions. Another storm is expected Friday.
Map of weather anomalies

Winter is Back in Our Neck of the Woods

Pete is "lucky" enough to live in the one section of the country where the winter temps are normal or close to it. Looks like a cold January.
A cold, snowy city street.

Harsh Weather Coming to Eastern U.S.

Heavy rain will start in the South and turn to snow as it heads north over the next few days. Be prepared.
snowy mountain cabin

Our First Serious Snowfall Hits

The clipper system moving across the U.S. earlier this week didn’t bring us our first snow of the year, but it did bring us our first significant accumulation
An old windblown home.

Sub-Zero Windchill Chills us Out

We just experienced the coldest, windiest days since last Christmas as howling winds caused sub-zero windchills.
Chevy pickup truck in the snow

The Challenges of Bugging out in Winter

Your bugout plans may be perfect nine months of the year, but have you ever considered what a winter storm will do to them? Time to inter-proof your plans.