Wander The Web Wednesday

Don't you find as you're wandering the web and you discover something great, you would like to share it with others? I found myself thinking exactly that about the following stories, ideas and blogs. I hope you'll find something of interest or inspiration.

For a great idea using a paper bag over your herbs during drying visit Jessica at Fat Bear Farm.  Simple but great.  Her greenhouse, hen house and woodfired outdoor oven are to die for!!

While in Rhode Island I saw a number of vehicles with a "litter project:  pick up one piece a day" bumper sticker.  I thought that was a great idea and doable by all.  For more information, including their 7 keys, go {here}.

In the summer I like to simplify our meals quite a bit.  First, because we're so busy, and second, because it's usually quite toasty here.  I'm also trying to introduce a vegetarian day, once a week, to our repertoire.  I've been enjoying the blog of Stone Soup to help with both goals.

Tracey at Nine Acres blog has some fantastic photography on her site.  I've linked to her photos of baby robins in their nest.  Absolutely amazing!

Another Tracey, whose blog I have recently discovered and am enjoying immensely is {here}.  She teaches photography, so her photos are very enjoyable, but her writing style is wonderful too.

And finally, Jayme at Road Side Projects is an amazing freelance artist who uses paper cutting to create intricate scenes and designs.  It's amazing to see the detail she incorporates.  I would never {EVER} have the patience to try this particular craft, but I can certainly appreciate it.


Meg said...

Great list this week! I love Stone Soup - great blog. That was one of my favorite stories when I was little. :)

Flat Creek Farm said...

Thanks for those links - checking them out! Have a great weekend! -Tammy

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks Meg and Tammy!!