Welcome to Pioneer Thinking
As the air turns cooler and the days grow shorter, our gardens surrender their last fruits and vegetables of the year, and the last leaves fall from the trees, Pioneer Thinking settles into fall with you. Whether it’s autumn leaves scrapbooking, making a Halloween costume, thanksgiving preparations or making your favorite apple jelly preserve, embrace the season.
What's New Today...
- Split ends occur when the hair strand "fractures" on the end. Split ends in the hair are the most common hair problem that every woman faces. Split ends occur when ...more
- Goats and Sheep are a very common beginner animal when one is looking to get into raising livestock for the homestead. Whether you are raising livestock for meat, milk or ...more
- Humans have both an extreme strength and an extreme weakness when it comes to loving their pets. Dog owners in particular are known for loving their dogs the same as ...more
- November in the vegetable garden and winter is beginning to take hold. Beds that were filled with late season produce are now laid bare, stems of runner beans have died ...more
- Because apples tolerate temperate climates, they are grown throughout the world. Even though we limit ourselves to the few varieties in grocery stores, there are hundreds available. Consider planting your ...more
- Birch bark is a versatile material for seasonal arts-and-crafts projects.
Here is a partial list of the items which can be made with birch bark:
Wall and ceiling panels
- Nothing can 'cure' teething; after all, it's not a disease but a right of passage for us all. However, there are some old-fashioned methods that can help alleviate your little ...more