Tabletop Homestead


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Welcome to Tabletop Homestead on Big Turtle Creek. Our goal is to share the knowledge and experience of 20 years of homesteading and to promote agrarianism.  All new posts go straight to the Posts page and there are also menu pages to separate the How-To’s/Projects from my Ruminations in addition to a category cloud. Please check out our in-progress list of useful links. We haven’t included a blog-roll, but will from time to time share the best of what we find on other good blogs. I don’t Facebook myself but have included share buttons for those who do. We don’t monetize our blog in any way so any product recommendations we might make are for items that have stood the test of real use by us here on our off-grid homestead.  (We haven’t used everything listed in the Support Agrarianism links.)  Any ads you may see are WordPress’s doing, not ours, and we have no connection whatsoever with the advertisers.   A Christian worldview is integral to our homesteading and preparedness mindset and that will come across in our posts at times.

Please feel free to comment or use our contact form with any questions or informational needs. I read all comments and emails. We will do our best to help.

We hope you find inspiration here.

Judy, On Big Turtle Creek

  1. I’d like to give you a word press community award. Please click on the following link and follow the instructions found there to collect the award.

  2. Wow what a great website/blog! I have no idea how I found it, maybe fb? Were huge Michael Bunker fans to! I really appreciate all of the info here! God bless:)

  3. Hi Judy,

    I wanted to return the blog visit and thank you for your comment on mine. Thank you, especially, for your kind words about my interview on Scott’s show last night. I am a terribly awkward speaker, but have been truly blessed by being a part of it.

    Your blog is fantastic. Such a treasure trove of information. I’m delighted to meet you look forward to exploring your blog.

  4. I love reading about homesteading life! It’s exciting to me, although I’m more of an urban city dweller, one can dream… I do what I can with where I live! I find these blogs a great resource for things tried and true. I’m a firm believer in learning to live off the land more than from out of the governments pockets! If that makes sense? ! Haha I don’t always like to rely on what’s prepackaged, I’d rather a more self sufficient way of life and living by my own means! :) Thanks for your blog! Much respect! ~Melissa

    • Thank you for visiting, Melissa. It is so true, anyone can make life changes to reduce their dependency on the industrial system. Keep on doing and dreaming.

  5. Thank you for the great info and for sharing your walk with the Lord!

    • Thank you, Cindy. I hope, with His help, to get myself squared away and return to being a help to my readers.

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