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Easterchicks Gone Bad was the first of 31 articles written for Homestead.org from 2004-2009, having to do with everything from alternative energy, to making your own chickens, to why on earth we'd want to live this way in the first place.

Not a 'Homesteading Handbook' so much as an affirmation of the Simple Life, Easter Chicks Gone Bad is an acknowledgment that choosing to be a homesteader is rewarding and funny, dismaying and heartbreaking, but truly not Simple at all.

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About the Author

sheri dixon
lunamother brownsboro, tx, usa

Sheri Dixon lives with, loves and cares for her family in the heart of the East Texas Pineywoods.
An Ol' Treehuggin' Hippiechick, all she's ever wanted to do when she grows up is to write.
She's taking the time now to write...but she steadfastly refuses to grow up.

Publish Date  September 13, 2009

Dimensions  Pocket  288 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Humor

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NShel

NShel says

You can always count on Sheri Dixon for a few good laughs mixed in with wry observations and a healthy dose of practical advice about rural life. Whether you’re a city dweller just discovering urban homesteading, or you've been living a self-sustained life on your own land for twenty years now, this eclectic collection of homestead homilies will make your day a little brighter.

Neil Shelton
Homestead.org

posted at 10:38am Sep 14 PST

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