Posts tagged: homemade soap

Shades of Things to Come?

By , July 17, 2017

Aly and I experimented with a new soap “flavor” recently. Time will tell how successful we were, but at the moment, we see reasons to hope!

Hard to say if it will retain this color as it cures (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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Shop Early to Beat the Alaskan Winter!

By , December 11, 2016

We just came through a snowy period that has slowed mail in and out of Haines. That, of course, has me worried, as it’s Christmastime. Not only do we anticipate mail coming in, we want mail to get out in a timely manner. Specifically, I want to expedite holiday shoppers who place orders from us!

Delivery doesn’t pose much of a problem for some items for sale on our Store page. Sifter plans, eBooks of Sacred Coffee: A Homesteader’s Paradigm and Shy Ghosts Dancing: Dark Tales from Southeast Alaska are delivered electronically—no flying weather required! The same goes for the digital download of the audiobook version of Sacred Coffee (more on which below).

At least the planes will fly in this, if the wind doesn't rise too much (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

At least the planes will fly in this, if the wind doesn’t rise too much (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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