Monthly Archives: August 2010

Words from His Excellency Bshp. Williamson


ELEISON  COMMENTS  CLXIII  (Aug. 28, 2010) :  RAMPANT   UNREALITY. On a private visit two weeks ago to the USA, my first since 2008, I was able to enter and leave the country with no personal problems, but on a two-hour … Continue reading

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Water, As God Intended


Collecting Spring Water from the Source Water is the number one nutrient of all living things. It is foundational, no, it is imperative to life as we know it. Without food we can last for weeks but no more than … Continue reading

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Cheaper By The Gallon


Making Laundry Soap on the Homestead. Laundry soap is easily made at home with readily available ingredients that get the job done. Fels-Naptha Soap, Washing Soda, (note: not baking soda), and Borax. Yes, the same Borax that Granny used to … Continue reading

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Harvest Time Down on the Farm


Harvest Time Down on Hunny-Bunny Farm! It’s been some time since my last update on happenings here at Hunny-Bunny Farm. With Mrs. McC. Getting prepared for school, (she’ll be teaching 8th Grade at St. Padre Pio once again,) and both … Continue reading

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Words from His Excellency Bishop Williamson


ELEISON  COMMENTS  CLXI  (Aug. 14, 2010) : WASTELAND  REMEDIES  II Why are modern ‘universities’  veritable dustbins or trash-cans of ‘democracy’?  Because in a ‘democracy’ everybody must be equal, nobody may appear to be superior. But having a Degree makes someone … Continue reading

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Salt Hay


Salt Hay Garden Mulch The worst part of having an extensive backyard vegetable garden is fighting the weeds. Mulch, will not only help, but often can eliminate the problem altogether. However, mulching has it own problems and much has to … Continue reading

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Hey Granpa! What’s For Supper?


Hey Grandpa! What’s for supper? Well! here is another bounty from the garden at Hunny-Bunny Farm. I reckon we have about 3 lbs. of yellow wax and green beans. We will wash these and prepare them for canning and or … Continue reading

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