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Fall 2009 Out Here Magazine

100 Percent Natural


Customers who buy her sought-after mohair fiber, yarn, and products know that they're homegrown on Kai Ranch, a shaded patch of land along a curvy, unpaved county road about an hour or so east of Austin, Texas. Sometimes, they even know the name of the goat.

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Featured Articles from the Fall 2009 Issue

Get the Best Burn


Properly seasoned firewood burns easier, is more efficient, and generates less creosote in your stovepipe or chimney. The process requires time — generally about a year — and good storage.

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Use Botanicals to Make Floral Cards


Mother Nature has nothing on Kate Chu. With nature's bounty as her palette, Chu creates artwork using pressed flowers, leaves, moss, seeds, grass, and even weeds and tree bark. Though they're created with only flora, not paint, her award-winning pictures are at home in any art gallery. Pressed flowers make unique, elegant greeting cards, which is an excellent way for beginners to learn the techniques. Chu has provided instructions to get you started.

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Egg Entrepreneur


What began as a few birds for John DeSutter's 4-H project has hatched into a growing egg business with some 100 hens. John, 12, of Woodhull, IL, figures he sells as many as 40 dozen eggs weekly.

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Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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