Thursday, January 26, 2017

Closing Out The Month With a Book Giveaway







Leigh Tate of 5 Acres & A Dream is quite a gal. She wears so many homesteading hats and author is one of them . Leigh's writings are entertaining and informative. You are likely to find little nuggets of subject knowledge in places they are least expected.

Leigh's books can be found on her blog http://www.5acresandadream.com/  and while you are there check out the post B2B ( back to basics) Bundle. That would be all the new low down in books, videos, courses all offered at an incredible price until January 31st. Subject matter is just about everything that deals with self sufficiency and/or homesteading. Pretty much one in the same aren't they?

To make this fun I am offering a chance to win Leigh's Guinea Tales telling you everything you ever wanted to know about incorporating Guinea Hens into your homestead . How to win? Just leave a comment on this post letting me know where you are from state or country would be fine and why you are interested in Guinea's. I will toss all the names into the hat on the 31st of January and pick one out. Please check back on February 1st to see if you are the winner. So simple it almost does it on its own.


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    1. Thanks for dropping by Caroline. Ticks are a real issue as the pesky guys are a major carrier of so many not fun diseases both human and critter. You're in for the book drawing.

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  2. Hello. My blogging name is Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more, and we just moved from Washington state to Idaho state. *smile* I am interested in homesteading/homemaking/family oriented living however it may look. *smile* chickens of all sorts are interesting to me and we have enjoyed having a few different breeds over the past eight or nine years. I like how they are a small animal and are cute in how they respond to our family. *smile* Have a great day and enjoy your lovely acreage. *smile* Sincerely, Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more!

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    1. Congratulations on the move. I have multiple friends who live in Idaho and have heard some very positive things about the state. I will put your name in the hat for the book drawing. Thanks for the visit.

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  3. Scorpions! Phoenix, AZ. First time visitor, going to look around a bit. Nice to meet you!

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    1. Nice to meet you also. Scorpions not my cuppa tea. If Guinea can take on a snake perhaps they will have those Scorpions shaking in their boots. Make yourself at home Connie and your in the drawing!

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  4. Howdy from Mississippi! I love guineas. They are funny and beautiful. I wish I could visit some real ones, but would surely enjoy reading about some.

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    1. Lilypink appreciate the howdy and your admiration of this useful avian. Reading one of Leigh's books is always an adventure in learning. Just tossed your name in the hat.

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  5. Six guinea's blew in here on a storm and, all too soon, I was left with one which I gave away. Don't enter me into the drawing...right now, I don't have time for much of anything that doesn't have to do with food, shelter, clothing.

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    1. Sandra so sorry to hear about your house and possessions . Trust things are continuing to look up in the rehab process . Looking forward to Spring as I imagine you are!

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  6. Stopping by from Indiana. I love the personalities of guineas! They are everything from watch dog to comedian! (I realize I'm too late for the drawing- just wanted to say hi.)

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    1. Thanks for dropping by hoosier girl. You have nailed the guineas personality. My daughter had one in her 4H poultry (avian) project and she was Miss. Personality. Hope to see you again soon!

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