American Grandpa shares two new (at least to him) gardening hacks for late spring.
American Grandpa explains why it’s been so long since he’d seriously posted. Spring brought a Halloween wedding, projects, baptism and Scouts learning to grill.
American Grandpa has made some changes at the 1/100th Acre Farm. The goal is a yard that is beautiful and edible.
American Grandpa learns a great lesson about what happens when you break on of the biggie Spring gardening rules in Utah!
Grandpa is very proud of himself for finally getting into the late-winter prep for the 1/100th Acre Farm
American Grandpa evaluates his first year on his tiny farm and shares what hs is planning for this season.
Grandpa shares the story of coming to know a wonderful couple and their wonderful journey with their daughter, learning to deal with Rett Syondrome.
American Grandpa tells about learning basic WordPress skills at Udemy.com and invites readers to check out the new and improved AmericanGrandpa.org
Spring is coming and that means I, again, have the agricultural urge. It’s in my blood you know. Both of my grandfathers were farmers. Grandpa Bath in Ohio My paternal grandfather, Jesse Racolon Bath, started farming his place in 1872 when he was just 18. He rented at first but later saved up enough to…… Continue reading My 1/100th Acre Farm