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  1. The Celebration that Echoed around the world!

    It’s that time of year again when the 4th of July rolls around and the smells of barbecues and fresh apple pies are in the air.   Children of all ages anxiously wait for dark so they can “light” the fireworks they have been dreaming about for a whole year. The thrill, noise and even the smell of those fireworks just...
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  2. Just a Hike to the Lake

    The morning broke early and hot with the sky a deep blue with the sun its only guest. The perfect day to try for a hike to that isolated lake known as Bloomington Lake. There are generally two ways to get to this little jewel in the Rockies.  (http://thetrekplanner.com/bloomington-lake-bear-river-mountains/) First is a hiking trail that winds its way up the...
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  3. Garbage Day

    Contributed by RL It’s like any other day except it is the designated day to clean up because well that’s what we do in spring especially when the kids are coming to visit.  We have to make room for the children and send down the road a few of the items that are cluttering up the house that were essential...
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  4. Hot and Cold: Freeze Drying and Dehydration Methods that are Changing the Freeze Dried Food Industry

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels It’s an exciting time for manufacturers and consumers of foods like freeze dried broccoli, freeze dried strawberries, or freeze dried apples, with new technologies adding value to different foods and enabling foods to retain the maximum amount of nutrients. The global freeze-dried foods market is expected to post a CAGR of...
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  5. Breakfast Casserole

    Contributed by Rick Lamm 2 cups dehydrated Hashbrowns 1 lb. of sausage ¼ cup dehydrated Mixed Peppers ½ cup freeze dried shredded cheese (approximately) 1/8 cup chopped onion ¼ tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. real salt (or regular table salt) ¼ cup freeze dried corn 5 Tbsp. Whole Egg Powder Cover hashbrowns with water (just below the top of the...
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  6. Graduation

    Contributed by RL Yes it is that time of the year when the mail is full of graduation announcements.  We all know someone who is graduating.  This year alone we have received announcements and invitations to pre-school graduation, grade school graduation, and a couple of high school graduations.  I guess all those that we know who are in college are...
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  7. The Summer Yard

    Contributed by RL It must be spring!  The Sun is out, the lawn has grown to look like a jungle and the neighbors who farm for a living are out in the fields. It’s warm, almost hot, so now the work begins. You know all that stuff that was out in the yard or blew in over the winter is...
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  8. The Fast

    Contributed by RL Oh my gosh! My wife suggested we take a short trip, some place remote, out of the way. But honestly I did not know that there are places here in America that has no cell, internet or Wi-Fi service. (https://visitidaho.org/things-to-do/hiking-backpacking/) Have you ever tried to go for ten days without any of our modern conveniences?  No I...
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  9. Trail Mix

    Contributed by Richelle Stocker   1 package of semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips (your preference) 1 – 16 oz. package of dry roasted salted peanuts 2 cups Dehydrated Banana Slices 1 – 6 oz. package dried cranberries   Mix together and enjoy!
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  10. All The Reasons Why Seniors Should Start Stocking Freeze-Dried Food

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels Freeze dried food weighs 70%-90% lighter than fresh food while maintaining up to 97% of its nutrition according to Harvest Right Inc. This characteristic makes it easier to handle. Freeze-dried foods are vital for proper nourishment as well as convenient in the preparation of steady diets. They happen to be nutrient-rich and contain...
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