Frankincense & Myrrh Goatmilk Lotion and Airstream Rallye with Induction Cooking :)

So Much to Tell in this Blog!

So so so so many people have commented that they would like a Frankincense & Myrrh (I will only spell this out once LoL) Goatmilk Body Creme. We've tested this combo on a few special people like Aunt Bonnie and Mary, and decided that we would add this scent to our collection as a trial! Same price and same location in the store as the other cremes. Just for the month of March though at this time, so get your order in and let us know what you think. Please leave a review for us to see!

Airstream Rallye!

This is becoming a wonderful habit! We were so lucky to be able to welcome our fabulous friends from the Airstream world for a second year for a long weekend of camping and having fun, including happy hour and a fun yoga with the goats on Saturday. The weather cooperated with lots of sun and warmer weather than last year so the kayaking expedition took place on Friday as well. This time we toured the Airstreams, each one so unique and interesting and customized for their owners' needs, really quite inspiring. And the Airstream Rallye, we are excited to announce, will meet here again next year around the end of February. We have also found that Airstream Rallye and Harvest Host co-existed just fine so we didn't close the farm to Harvest Host, and won't in the future.

RV Cooking Experience turned into Oh Wow!

This time I am digressing from the recipes to the actual cooking instrument. My husband surprised me with a portable induction cook top (our RV has a gas range and stove) to use when we are plugged in. I have been a devoted gas cooker (never liked conventional electric), but I am converted to an induction cooking fan, both in the bus and at home. It's a good thing that the cooktop is portable, I'm carrying it between house and bus at least twice a week LoL. So so so fast, no humidity, no heat, so controllable, so precise, and so safe. It's taken a bit of experimenting and figuring how to get from low, medium and high to convert to 175 and 575 degree Fahrenheit and everything in between. The technology has been around for a while, especially in the RVing community and in Europe, so it's quite established and its coming down in price as well. It works with magnetic properties to heat up the pot and its contents instead of heating up burners which then heat up the pot (and the air around the stove) which then heat up the food. The area around the stove stays cool (i made a stew for 10 people), you don't burn your fingers on the handles or cook top (they stay cool), and it's very easy to clean. The con, you need a cook ware that's compatible with induction, so it has to have an iron core. If a magnet sticks to the bottom of your pot or pan, you are good to go. Since our cookware was quite old and beaten up (15 plus years), we traded out. The good news: induction cookware can also be used on gas or electric. Bam. Stay tuned for updates :).

Update - Selling a Couple of Milkstands and Maybe a Doe or two!

We sold all available milk stands and have a waiting list for when I sell my does (not quite yet) and I'm happy to report that they all will have wonderful homes when I will let them move out.

New Affiliate Program!

And if you are interested in our newly established affiliate program to help us sell our goatmilk soaps and lotions, send me a message and I'll get you set up so you can earn money for referring customers and sales!!! We'd love to welcome you to the team.

And don't forget our Buy 5, Get the 6th Goatmilk Soap for Free and place your order. We are also stocking up on our very popular Pest-Off outdoor spray getting ready for Spring!

Wayne and Julia, Jake, Eleonora, Ash & Summer, Margot, Elisabeth and Karoline (from Denmark) and our Gideon

Goat Wisdom #35!

In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous, especially the goats!

(Willow Wonka, who is reading Aristotle right now)

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