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Tom and Susan Shanklin
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Mankato, MN 56002 USA
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Category Archives: By Susan Shanklin
By Susan Shanklin I baked a couple of Butternut squashes up today and sorted through Haroldson apples for ones that wouldn’t keep any longer. I ended up with two quarts of applesauce, canned and two quarts of yummy bright orange strained squash. One for the frig and one for the freezer. I just let the chickens out and watered the sheep. Before I went to the barn I brought up the blue garbage can on wheels from the end of the driveway after pick up and placed it in front of the garage. So I … Continue reading
There is an old saying, “Bread is the staff of life.” I’m not quite sure what that means but here at the Shanklin Ponderosa, bread is one of our main foundations for healthy eating. Tom called it his “secret weapon” during our weight loss project. When he was absolutely starved between meals he would eat a slice of my bread and drink a glass of water. Since Tom and I have lost over 160 pounds combined, many people have requested the recipe for this bread, so I’m going to tell you how I do it, … Continue reading
By Susan Shanklin I see the radar on the weather map showing red, yellow and green shapes moving into our area this morning, indicating heavy rainfall. Yikes, what should I do? I really should run out and harvest some Swiss chard. No, I best go take my multicolored coleus down which is hanging beside the big barn doors. Mmm, better yet, I should close the windows on the front porch so Belle, our new Lab/Shepherd, puppy, doesn’t get all wet. There’s always so many things to do and they all seem to want to be … Continue reading
By Susan Shanklin Tom said I should call my article this time, “The Spring That Never Happened”. Does that phrase fit what is happening in your life today? Something that you have been waiting for and keep looking for, and it just never seems to come to pass. It’s the end of May and it’s 48 degrees and the wind chill is 44 degrees. Folks, we shouldn’t be talking about wind chills here in late May. May is Spring for us here in upper Midwest. Wind chill is for January and I’m wondering if I … Continue reading