Monthly Archives: January 2011

S’no Use!


The Winter of ’11 So the winter 0f 2011 is turning out to be an old fashioned New England winter. The only thing missing is an article in the local news about Granddad found in a snowdrift after going out … Continue reading

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The Backyard Buzzards


Backyard Buzzards   While you don’t expect to hear much about livestock at this time of year, the animals still must be tended. In fact, sometimes extra care is needed to see that your charges are getting all they need … Continue reading

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Essential Storage of Fats and Oils


Demystifying Fats, Oils, and Health   Having hypercholesterolemia for the last 25 years I have not only studied the relationship of fats, oils, and health, but experienced everything from allopathic meds and protocols to alternative natural meds and procedures. In … Continue reading

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Heads Up!


Whitewater Ahead!   In past issues of Catholic Rural Solutions I’ve compared the economic times to riding white water rapids. I’ve stated on numerous occasions just when white caps were showing downriver and advised hunkering down to manage not to … Continue reading

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2010 in review


The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is doing awesome!. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet … Continue reading

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THe Razor’s Edge


I would like to direct the readership’s attention to the below cited website. It was a submission to a survival blog site that I’ve been subscribed to for some time. Once again it is a succinct summary of the times … Continue reading

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Thinking the Unthinkable


To the readership of Catholic Rural Solutions, first allow me to apologize for not posting earlier but my computer monitor crashed several days before Christmas and I wasn’t about to brave the ravenous crowds at the stores to get a … Continue reading

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