Carnival of Country Living

Welcome to the May 20, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of country living.

valereee presents Recognizing rural America: soybeans posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "For city folk who want to know a little more about what's important out in the country."

Melanie Rimmer presents Hug Your Allotment Chairperson posted at Bean-Sprouts, saying, "Hug your allotment chairperson. Go on, you know you want to."

Louise Manning presents Rural decline continues posted at The Human Imprint.

Tony Gibbs presents From Barns to Bridges posted at Birds and Things.

Jennifer Bogart presents How to Castrate a Piglet posted at

GP presents Team Canter Prepares to hit the trail posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "tips to hit the trail... safely"

George L Smyth presents One Minute How-To - How To Choose Embroidery Fabric posted at George L Smyth, saying, "Felicity Tepper explains the three things you need to keep in mind when shoosing embroidery fabric."

Lavender Farms- Young Living presents Lavender Farm Restaurant and Lavender Lemonade posted at For the Love of Lavender, saying, "a refreshing Lavender Lemonade recipe"

valereee presents How to shop at a farmers' market posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "Easy access to great farmers' markets is one of the joys of country living!"

How to Make Your Own Free Thank You Cards posted at Home Life Weekly, saying, "Its nice to say thank you for a good deed, do it with these cards, they are really easy to make"

Barbara Y presents How rabies virus is transmitted posted at

Barbara Y presents Effective home remedies for dogs posted at

Murphy S presents Making Sure Puppy Stays Healthy posted at PuppyHelpLine

Murphy S presents Ideal Puppies for Kids posted at PuppyHelpLine

Louise Manning presents Will food shortages change consumer views on GM? posted at The Human Imprint.

Jessica Jones presents Homegrown Wine posted at Practical Nourishment, saying, "wine from the backyard"

Barbra Sundquist presents Edible Creations: How to Make a Fruit Bouquet posted at Edible Creations, saying, "Fruit Bouquets can be one of the easiest edible creations to make. The trick is to avoid the fancy cutting required by some edible creations design instructions.

This article shows you how to make an attractive Fruit Bouquet using small fruit (plums and strawberries) wrapped in cellophane and wired to look like flowers on stems."

Louise Manning presents Churches under threat posted at The Human Imprint.

Rosemary Rugnetta presents Painting Concrete Floors posted at Her Home Blog

Tony Gibbs presents A Summer Of Adventure posted at Birds and Things.

Barbara Y presents Some Secrets to Effective Dog Training posted at

Barbara Y presents Different Training Tips for Different Big Dogs posted at

Rachel presents Ultimate Cherry Cookies posted at - a Mothers blog about baking, cooking, parenting, and enjoying all things in Life., saying, "Like a cherry bomb going off in your mouth! These delightful cherry filled cookies are sure to please the cherry lover in your life."

Laura Williams presents Plantin' Season around the Ol' Homestead posted at Laura Williams' Musings.

Sahara Reins presents The Basics Needed for Raising Baby Chicks posted at Fowl Visions.

GP presents Coulda Woulda Shoulda posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "Innkeeping tips to keep organized and a recipe from inn the kitchen"

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of country living using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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