About Greer & Crystal

Covered Bridge 3Greer and Crystal r-u-n-n-o-f-t and got married on February 8, 2008.  Since then, we’ve enjoyed learning homesteading skills, such as growing vegetables, fermenting, and canning.  We also have a small flock of extremely tame hens.  We like hiking, road trips, and living a Paleo/Primal lifestyle.

Many thanks to Jen from Juror2 for creating the amazing custom artwork used in the header throughout our blog.

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8 Responses to About Greer & Crystal

  1. Heather Hamblin says:

    Hello! Buddy asked me last night if I’d heard from you lately…and it occurred to me that it had been quite some time since you left the facebook world. So, I decided to check you blog (which last time I checked had very little) and I was pleasantly surprised to see all of the amazing things you’ve had going on the past several years. You both look wonderful and you seem so happy. It makes me smile! Take care…miss you bunches!

  2. Laurie Ziegler says:

    Hey Crystal! Loved your New Years Card and your blog. Your little homestead looks wonderful!

  3. Michelle says:

    Hi there! I got your postcard today! Miss you bunches! Hope life in Oregon is treating you well!

  4. Cassie says:

    Wow! Your new home and adventures are so much fun to read about (and of course the chickens too!) I am finally all caught up and am thrilled to hear about your new life in Oregon! Can’t wait to hear more! Congrats! xx

  5. Joe Clifton says:

    Greer, glad to see that you are still hanging in there. All the best to you and yours.

  6. Sandy Lyon says:

    I was going through my favorites that I had saved and see that I haven’t been to your blog in forever. You have become quite the farmer. I see you live in Oregon and if you are near Portland Brittany is about two hours from you she lives in Washington with her husband!

  7. Heather says:

    Hey! Saw a posting for a children’s librarian at West Slope Community Library in Washington County. Looked like something you’d be awesome at but wasn’t sure how close it was to you. Hope all is well with you! We miss you bunches here!

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