HIGH COUNTRY LIVING


We have lots of eggs from our ducks. I love butternut squash and onions, and grow as many of each as I can. How’m I going to use all these? Butternut S’Quiche! This is a savory butternut pie, perfect for dinner, especially in the fall when winter squash is readily available. It’s a great way to use leftover […]



Our ducks fare well even in the winters here at 9,000 feet. Our temperatures can range from roughly +60F to -20F. The other day it literally started out at -5F and reached +60F in the afternoon! Most often the sun is out at least a portion of the day, occasionally not. Sometimes it’s quite windy, other times not. […]



Hi, folks. This is our new blog. Hopefully this website will be more than just a “blog”, but a site where y’all can come to learn about high-altitude living, gardening and animal-keeping through our experiences. After building our home and developing the property, we are finally ready to begin planning our garden for the 2017 season. With the winter […]

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