It’s hard to believe – but as of today’s writing, our little Old World Garden Farm’s website is just a few thousand hits short of our 2,000,000th visitor!
Our Garden, DIY and Recipe site continues to grow beyond our wildest dreams – with now more than 22,000 email and 16,700+ Facebook followers.
So we thought for this week’s Sunday Farm Update – we would celebrate by giving away a big farm crate made from our recycled barn wood – and filled to the rim with our home made canned goods! (see below for the items included)
And the best part – there will be two winners and two ways to win!
First – for every person who has signed up to follow the blog via email, twitter, or has liked our Old World Garden Farm site on Facebook, you are already entered once for each! If not – get busy and hit that like or follow button for your chance to win. We will pull one name from among all our followers for the first winner.
A Second Chance To Win – Our Name The Cabin Contest
We want to give a name to our future little cabin (See: The Cabin Project) that will be completed over the winter and early spring months – and we want your help!
Just click on our Name The Cabin Page and enter your suggestion. We will pick our favorite from all the entries – and the winning selection will also receive one of our farm fresh crates filled with our canned goods.
We will select both winners before posting our Farm Update next Sunday (October 20th) – and announce it in the post! All comments must be posted by 9 pm EST on 10/19/13 to be considered for the contest. Good luck to all -and thank you so much for making what we do so enjoyable!
The Farm Fresh Crate Contents
1 quart of our homemade spaghetti sauce
1 pint of regular salsa
1 pint of picante salsa
1 pint of our pizza sauce
1 pint of our hot pepper mustard
1 pint of our spicy ketchup
1 pint of our pickled jalapeno peppers
1/2 pint of candied jalapenos
1 pint of our pickled banana peppers
1 pint of apple butter
1 pint of strawberry jam
1 pint of blackberry jam
1 pint of our peach salsa
1 quart of our tomato juice
1 pint of our red pepper hot pepper grind
1 jar of our Habanero hot pepper grind
We would truly like to thank everyone who follows along, comments, and shares our stories with their friends and family. We have grown to love working on the stories and projects almost as much as we love working on the farm!
Happy Gardening and Good Luck! – Jim and Mary