Friday, April 13, 2018

More Snow

Friday, April 13, 2018

Its been raining most of the week. It turned to snow and ice yesterday. Snow today. Its pouring, though mostly not sticking. 2 days ago we had a decent, less precipitating day. We did sticks. It was good to get outside. 

I'm on propane tanks and an external propane generator. Which means we go out to turn it on and off.😶 I'll probably run out of onboard water next week and will switch to using the 5 gal jugs Ron brought up. I still can't get the RV up the muddy soft hill. We're camping. 🌲🌨⛈💨🏕 

I did finish the taxes last night. Yeah! A relief to get them done! And it was actually easier than last year since I bought a cellular data plan.

I haven't heard any activity from the neighbors to the south. I'm guessing their road contractor is refusing to come until the roads are better. 

Rosie has been going through some health issues. I found that large tumor 6-7 weeks ago. I've been feeding her a keto diet and it was shinking pretty good. Then she went off her feed. Wouldn't eat her eggs, raw meat or lamb fat. I was worried that there was more cancer inside. We've lost several bird dogs to cancer. Nothing tat the conventional vets can do. She started eating again yesterday and seems to be more of her old bouncy self. Hopefully we're getting those tumors beat back. Other than that, not much else happening beside Rosie and I focusing on staying warm.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Dreaming of My Tiny Woodstove

Tuesday, April 3, 2018


The overnight low was 19°F. The inside low was 36°F. I've been running the generator/heat this morning for 2 hrs, and only moved the thermometer up to 48°F. The sun is up and the weatherman predicted highs in the 50°F range. Hoping so. Wishing I'd found/ordered my stove a lot sooner. It wasn't for lack of trying. I'd asked over the phone if this company did, or could do, one without paint last summer, but they said they didn't do that. When I'd exhausted all other avenues I tried again, but for the second round I did it in writing, making it a formal Disability Accommodation Request. They agreed to do it but I wait on their next manufacturing "run"...

As cold as it may be, I've done this before. It was this cold at Coal Miner's camp. I just didn't have internet, so I couldn't check the outside temps. I also had better roads to go get gas, so I ran the heater longer. I'm being stingy with the fuel in case the roads are impassable and I can't get out on the scheduled day. We're forecasted to get a lot of rain this week. Heat is my #1 reason for running the generator. Fuel, water and septic are the reasons I have to take the RV to town. Looking forward to eliminating those needs this season.

I'm supposed to get my well drilled this spring. I'm really looking forward to that. The ground is still frozen, and I have to wait until its not muddy for them to be able to get their drilling rig in, too. Their drill rig weighs a lot more than my RV. A dear friend who's been worrying about me wanted to know if they'd started drilling yet. She had a hard time with my "excuses." Sigh, I have to force myself to be patient too. I'd like it to all be done, "snap!" But it doesn't work like that. There is an order, a progression, there are permits and other people's schedules involved. It takes time. Patience. Sigh. 

I'm hoping it does get warm enough that Rosie and I can get out and work on stuff today. I love days where I can do something. 😊

6:28 p.m.
I absolutely love feeling better! The wind was blowing at 15-17mph and I didn't think we were going to get out. It looked cold. With limited heat I have to be very careful about getting chilled. But, I felt so much better I was able to pace up and down the RV. I still had energy left so I dug round for some supplies and fixed my dinette cushion. It keeps sliding forward off the bench. I had grabbed some adhesive backed velcro when I was packing up the RV to leave the valley farm, intending to do something about the cabinets that fly open when I drive over the very rough roads. I used it to stick the cushion in place instead. Then I got out my designs for installing my woodstove and looked at the modifications I'll have to make. Measured and planned. Eventually I couldn't stand being cooped up any longer and decided to brave the wind. I began the tedious process of "dressing warm." That includes snow packs.🙄 Me wrestling snow packs on in a tight space.😂😅 Anyway, it wasn't as exhausting as last time. I discovered it was warmer outside than I expected so I took another look at the door seals and made a few "duct tape modifications." Then Rosie and I picked up (and played with) sticks. Whenever I found a good fence sized one, I wove it in. When we finally came inside I was amazed, 3 hrs! I worked for 3 hrs! 💖 It was also warmer inside than I expected. The duct tape is helping.😁

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

I set my alarm for midnight to check the temperature, incase I needed to warm it up ahead of the coldest part of the night. I'd put the thermometer where I could see it from the bed (w/flashlight). It was 48°F, so I didn't get up. Rosie didn't complain either and we slept in until 6:00p.m. Our rising temp was 43°F, so we were good. Daylight revealed a light dusting of snow had fallen in the night. It was already melting off. Its supposed to rain most of the day. 

Mended my jeans: A seam hole -great access point for ticks. Its that season. A pocket hole from carrying my gun there before I got a belt holster. And some loose belt loops. Now what?

Friday, April 6, 2018

It was a sunny day! After a week of snow and rain Rosie and I were thrilled. We left the RV early and hiked several skid trails on the 80 where I'd never been. No toxic cows at present. It was a beautiful day! We climbed to the peak through leafless brush patches and meandering snow banks. I took a couple of tumbles. Slippery rocks and sticks under the snow and dead leaves. Rosie stood guard over me as I struggled to get up. It was a lot like picking yourself up when you fall while skiing. The snow packs are as heavy and stiff as ski boots and skis. After we got down off the peak, we checked out sunny meadows where we could camp when the drillers come to put in the well. 

I discovered flagging on the SW corner that intimated a road, and additional staking and flagging that said property boundary. I called the neighbor, Don. He'd put out the pink flags as a suggestion for the other neighbor, Scott, for his road. The timber company staked and flagged the property line. The Scott is going to have his trees thinned. Rosie and I finally got back to the RV for breakfast at about 2:00 p.m..

Since it was such a warm day I opened up the windows and vents to air us out! Lovely! I shook out rugs, and swept the floors. In the late afternoon we went out and did some more picking up sticks. The frog chorus was in full song.  

Saturday, April 7, 2018

9:57 a.m.
We got up at 7:30 a.m. and went right out. It was quite pleasant. Rosie took care of her business while I puttered about picking up deadwood. It was partly cloudy.

Now its storming. Pouring rain and fierce gusts. Its gotten quite dark. The weather report says "thunderstorms." Lots colder, too.

We did see a 4 door, white pickup drive slowly up the road from the east, earlier. This was before the storm hit. Twenty minutes later he returned. It may have been Bob, the toxic cow guy. He has a pickup like that. There isn't enough spring growth yet to support cattle. Hopefully he won't bring them up yet.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Ron came up with supplies yesterday. It was still raining. I attempted to reposition the RV before he came, so I'd get more solar heat. Buried my dualies up to the rims. I knew I couldn't get up the hill, so I had Ron bring the generator and propane. Mud everywhere.

Today is sunny and breezy, so we're drying out again. The humidity was 88% this morning (wet dog, wet coats), and it was 36°F. Still dreaming about my tiny wood stove.

Monday, April 2, 2018


April 1, 2018

6:49 a.m.
Happy Resurrection Day! It is a glorious morning! I am filled with gentle peace in the knowledge of my Savior, Jesus Christ! I'm filled with gratitude that He paid the price for my sins, and joy in the knowledge that I will be with Him when He calls me home to heaven. 

I am once more home at Grandma Mountain. The closest to heaven I will get this side of eternity. That too fills me with joy, mixed with a heavy measure of relief. The air is clean, and I am finally able to breathe! Rosie and I were finally able to go outside and visit with Ron. We hike around together and tasted the freedom and sweet clean air! Glorious. I'd been hanging on these last 4 weeks by the sliver edge of my fingernails. 

Ron came over yesterday afternoon and checked to see if it was even possible for me to get to, and even on, the property. The roads were clear of snow, but running with water and deep with muddy ruts in some places. He was prepared to pull me out if I got stuck. I'm pleased to say, I did not. I can't get in the front gate, there's still snow and the ground's soft and muddy. I could get in by the corral. 😊 
I'm set up, restocked and feeling better! I slept clear through the night and didn't wake up until 5:30a.m.! Yesterday I woke up sick at 1:30a.m. and couldn't shake the pain and symptoms until we got up here. Such a relief! Once I was able to get out (without a mask) it was apparent how truly fetid the air inside the RV had become. We opened it up good and let it air out while we stocked up. Glorious! Ron left around 7:00 p.m. after making sure that everything is working. 

This morning I did have a serious coughing fit after I woke up. Hopefully clearing all the nasty stuff out of my lungs. Even though, I'm breathing better. It was pretty chilly in here. I didn't look at the temp. I was warm and toasty in my bed. Rosie is sporting a heavy winter coat so she didn't even move from her bed, until I woke up, either. I got up and ran the heater for a while, returning to bed,  before changing out of my pajamas. I made coffee while we waited for the sun. The ground was frosty and frozen hard this morning. 

As soon as it was daylight Rosie and I went out so she could taste the freedom of pottying without a leash. Rosie says, "🐶!!!💩💩💩💩!!!" She was backed up big time. If she's on lead she holds it, and only goes once a week. Poor girl! While she took care of business I piled up dead wood. I noticed after Ron left last night that one of my rear wheels was in a hole so I fixed that. We'd also forgotten to put the windshield cover on (slows heat loss or gain). It was so wonderful being able to take care of myself again! I know, that probably sounds weird to most of you, but to me, its precious! 

Monday, April 2, 2018

10:08 a.m.
Yesrerday afternoons rain turned to snow, and its still snowing.

It was a much colder night so we slept on the couch in order to get up in the night and run the generator and heat. Its predicted to be colder tonight then warm back up for most of the week to the 50°s F daytime. Looking forward to that!

We're still feeling better and getting out more. We're "good."

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Not Good

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Yesterday was a very bad day. I think someone applied for mosquitoes. There had been a male hatch 3 days before.

I spent the day in horrible agony. Everything hurt. My flesh burned. My eyes burned and extruded grainy bits. They felt like they'd been punched and were made of 80 grit sandpaper. My brain and spinal cord were extremely swollen. Head pain, back pain. My organs were swollen and not functioning. Distended liver, kidney pain, bladder on fire. My lungs, filling with snot. I fought to breathe. I fought to endure the pain. The day left me limp and spent. Then two campers pulled in right behind me with diesels and let loose their 4 dogs. Panic. Weak, shaking, brain bruised and stumbling. I can't think, I can barely move, yet I needed to leave! But I couldn't get out. I called the manager and got the answering machine. No response. I tried to think. I emailed her. I called my husband. He yelled and fumed. At me. While saying he wasn't yelling. He doesn't handle these things well. He doesn't like me to just leave, with nowhere to go. I can't stay. Its killing me. He hates it that I'm so far away, and he can't get here. He hates it that there isn't anything he can do. Which makes him angry. He yells.

Finally the manager emailed back. She was away. She was sending a camp host to help. It took an hour and a half, but the people moved. Why they were behind me when there was hardly anybody else even here and most of the place is wide open, I don't know. Some one else arrived in the night. They parked 2 rows behind me. Sigh. 😫 

I'm hoping I can get into my property this weekend. I promised Ron I find an alternative place to land before I left. I'm researching other places today. They've started spraying here. Yesterday I saw a John Deere spray rig and heard a spray plane. The next couple of days are supposed to be "good spray days." Its going to be brutal. I wanted you to know, just incase.😷

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

What Does It Mean to be Holistic?

Few people ask directly, but I see the question in so many of their eyes. You know, the look that says they're wondering if you stick pins in dolls or make potions out of dried, ground bat and dusty spider webs...

No, its not that. 

Holistic medical practice means you look at the entity, and their interactions with their environment, not just one symptom of a problem. How many of you have had the frustration of going to your allopathic (mainstream) physician with a list of symptoms and he treats you for only one, or maybe two? And then his treatment is to prescribe you medications that will give you a handful of new symptoms! That's what kept happening to me. That's what pushed me into choosing a Holistic Medical approach. 

My Dr. is an MD. He practices Integrative Medicine. That means that he won't limit himself to toxic pharmaceuticals that only mask symptoms while poisoning the patient. He researches, gets certification in and uses tools from other modalities. For instance, if I were to go in to him with back pain, he'd look at probable causes for the pain that would include environmental or dietary exposures. Together, we'd take a holistic approach to solving my medical issues. Depending on what we thought might have triggered it, he might use acupressure, TENs, nutritional supplements or send me to an acupuncturist, or massage therapist, before looking at a pain med. If he thinks I require an evaluation from a specialist, he suggests ones that he knows are supportive of complimentary and alternative therapies. When I had a ruptured ovarian cyst, he sent me to a gynecologist for testing and evaluation, that gave me information on alternatives for treating the issues that she found. She and my regular doctor worked together, and we added a ND that oversaw my treatment for the host of problems the OB/Gyn had found. 

Here's the thing - symptoms don't happen in a vacuum. Something causes the body to manifest them. In my case, these symptoms were the result of endocrine system disrupting chemicals (from pesticides) that had given me Estrogen Dominance. We used nutritional supplements and dietary strategies to bring my hormones back into balance, without using synthetic chemical hormone replacement therapies. In essence we looked at the whole picture. From cause to effect, to effects of possible treatments. Then we made decisions and devised a strategy.

Yes, my OB/Gyn suggested hormone replacement drugs. She was respectful when I asked her for alternatives. She understood my reasons for not wanting them. 

Here's some info I've combined from two different fields of study...

1.) From the study of evolution: scientists never created the building blocks of life in a test tube as they claimed. The created the proteins (by manipulations that weren't possible) in the environment that they say was present at the time life was supposed to spontaneously generate, but they weren't "living" proteins! They were "dead" proteins. 

What does this mean? All proteins are "spun together" or twisted. The ones that promote, or support, life are twisted to the left. "L-" proteins. The ones that are toxic, and can't support life are "D-" proteins. They are dead, and cause death and decay. They are twisted to the right. The D stands for "derecho" the latin word for right. The direction of the twist is called chirality. In living tissue most of the proteins are L. In the test tube, they created ONLY D- proteins. Their attempt to mimic the spontaneous (tongue in cheek, because they cheated) generation of life resulted in "no life."

2.) From the study of chemistry: chirality is not restricted to proteins, but inhibits all components of creation. They haven't yet discovered "all components of creation." Here is a simple explanation, 
"In short, the science of chirality began with Louis Pasteur, who discovered that biologically active molecules often occur in two mirror image forms called isomers or simply stated ‐ hands. You could visualize these "hands" as “sides” whose only similarity is that they look alike. Although they are stereo images of each other, the chirally correct side is Mr. Hyde and the chirally incorrect side is Dr.Jekyll". The current scientific recognition of chirality has pharmaceutical companies admitting D-chiral substances are toxic, and researching unwinding and retwisting them to have L-chirality. 

One periodical on imagery of molecules states it this way, "( -- It is not always easy to distinguish between images and mirror images of molecules, but this knowledge is important when one image of a molecule is a drug and the mirror image is toxic." 

While they have redressed the elephant in the room by saying the "drug" is (supposed) to be non toxic, the reality is that the pharmaceutical industry is "working on" realigning the synthetic drug's chirality. Other articles about pharmaceuticals and D-chirality  state that previous drugs were D chiral and toxic out right, as their aim is to justify the need for billions of dollars in research and to promote the "new L- isomer forms of these drugs." The pointedly do not admit their liability in poisoning millions of people with the D-chiral isomers....

I think they are being overly optimistic. Just as in the past when they discovered micro-particles and claimed they'd discovered the smallest... Now we have "nano particles"... I don't think their arrogant attempts to circumvent God's wisdom are non-toxic. In His Word God said he'd provide plants for our food and healing... Why would we choose puny man's toxic synthetics over God's provision? 

They claim they have 4000 new L-forms of prescription drugs. If this is true, and they weren't still toxic, why do we still get pharma commercials on TV with warnings about side effects? Side effects = poison. 

In short, a holistic approach seeks to avoid, or remove as many toxic substances as possible in the course of treating a medical issue. It uses a wide range of proven beneficial modalities. I choose Holistic because I want the best possible outcome for myself.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Watching From the Sidelines

Exile 2018 Has Begun

March 7, 2018

1:30 p.m.
I picked today to leave the farm because the temps were high enough  in the mountain passes, that the roads would be clear. The second factor, very low wind. A 30ft RV does not handle well in the wind. The pass was clear, but the weatherman missed the wind speeds for our destination. 15-20mph. Luckily, it was only the last 15 miles.

Ron and I worked on getting my RV ready last Sunday. Ron finished wiring in the salon light Monday night. I loaded a few more items yesterday and put everything away. This morning before the frost melted I loaded up the perishables, a few last items and Rosie. Ron swung back by to check oil, air in the tires and see us off. 

The trip was good. The only trouble was when we hit the windy part. It was quartering off the front, right fender and switching around to broadside. It made passing oncoming cars on the 2 lane highway dicey. I slowed down. The people behind me probably didn't like it. Didn't care. 

So we're all set up, tucked in, heaters running and staying warm. I am again dressed like a Himalayan goat herder. Its warm. At this point, that's my priority. Well. Make that a shepherd. The new hat I made looks more like a shepherd that a goatherd's. The ponytail hole is working nicely. 

Friday, March 9, 2018

O.k., we're already bored. Stuck in the RV. I keep getting a headache when I take the dog out. Don't know what it is. Finished inputting the most recent batch of tax info. yesterday. Not much else to do. Weather's decent. Watching the snow recede up the mountain tops. Ron won't bring supplies til next weekend. Sigh. 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

While not a lot is happening in my life personally, its an amazing time to be alive historically. President Trump continues to root out the corruption in our government and the human trafficking world wide. Yesterday I learned some pretty startling facts. Before I share them with you I'd like to review what we've witnessed since the 2016 election in historical context.

We saw rioting in the streets by the progressive Democratic militant factions, Black Lives Matter and Antifa. The Angry Women's March was also funded by the same groups. We've discovered that George Soro's was funding these groups with tax payer's money funneled to him by Obama and leading Progressive Democrats and Neocons! You heard me. Look it up. Fake indian Elizabeth Warren set up the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. It had no oversight and has been found to have been extorting money from banks and businesses and funneling it to progressive left wing activist charities! Now that President Trump is in charge and has appointed Mick Mulvaney as the acting head, that spigots been turned off. It seems like every week more information surfaces on yet another instance where money has been misappropriated by the Obama Administration. Have you heard about the $800 million dollars missing from the pentagon? The ghost employees, the missing troops and equipment? Have you dug around in the catastrophic Obamacare deal with insurance companies? More will be coming out on the kick backs to Obama hidden in there as well as its globalist intention. 

Lets talk about globalist intentions... This is something I've been digging into. The deeper you get the more astounding the facts are. No not theory, facts. The globalists themselves have stated their intent to, and their actions accordingly, bring about the downfall of nations and orchestrate One World Government. Look up Bildeburg, the Rothchilds, the Rockafellers, the royalty and the vatican connections. They use Soro's 7 principles which include flooding the country with illegal immigrants and destroying the nuclear family and the economy. The Progressive Dems (globalists) just about accomplished it. Do I need to define a few terms? A Progressive Democrat is a Socialist. Socialist want the government to control everything. In every instance socialism progresses to a totalitarian state, and/or communism. The latest example, Venezuela. Look it up. The most historic example... Nazi Germany. Where did we get the term "Nazi?" The Nationalist Socialist Party. Nazi's are socialists. Look what Hitler did: he manipulated the youth to act as his army (we have an irrational youth army, the Snowflakes), he propagandized gun control until he'd disarmed the populace (did you see David Hogg and his sister's Nazi like arm band campaign to pressure people into banning guns? Just one of the many false terrorist/flag attacks to manipulate the people), he broke up the family, incentivizing women to put their children in daycare, and have children out of wedlock (we have that), he controlled and confiscated peoples income, and their healthcare (we have that, too, now)... Are you seeing the pattern yet? If you research these people you'll see that they state this is their intent! 

Now here's some info I read yesterday that really made my hair stand on end: Angela Merkle is Hitler's daughter! No really! Apparently he had sperm frozen. It was implanted in to Eva Braun's sister. The documentation on who, how, what where has surfaced! Her name was changed to protect the discovery. Here's the link because its hard to believe, so I wouldn't expect you to believe me. 

Chew on that patriots. Spread truth. 

Friday, March 2, 2018

New New

March 2, 2018

9:06 p.m.
Same as last week. Watching the weather. People spraying. Fighting with exposures. I did have my daughter and her family over last weekend. The buddies are coming tomorrow. Looks like I'll be leaving here for the mountains on Wednesday.😐