How to Build an Outhouse

Matt on the roof of a finished outhouse.

Yes, this post is titled “How to Build an Outhouse.”  Why would I be building an outhouse?  Well, I wouldn’t personally be building an outhouse… but our local Antique Machinery Club has been building them.  We’ve been custom building old … Continue reading

It’s 1988 all over again

Turner Waterwagon at the Gibson County Fair, photo by MouseInMyPocket

To start with my dad use to help with the fireworks at the fairgrounds many years ago.  In 1988 we watered the infield to prevent fires.  ’88 is the first crop year I can really remember, I remember everyone talking … Continue reading

2012 GCAMA Tractor Show

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Last weekend was the Gibson County Antique Machinery Association‘s tractor show.  Matt and I had a lot of fun, even if it was super hot all weekend.  It usually rains on the weekend of the tractor show, so of course, … Continue reading

Social Media and Ag

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Yesterday I participated in the #AgChat about Social Media in Agriculture.  It was a super interesting 2 hours of conversation.  I got to see how other agvocates make use of social media for their brands, causes, and  general ag awareness. … Continue reading

Preferred Content

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Here at MouseInMyPocket, I’m always trying to decide what topics to write about.  I have a bit of erratic personality – so I tend to write posts about lots of different topics.  That’s everything from agriculture to crafting, from food … Continue reading

Springtime Flowers

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Yesterday was the first day of spring, and 80 degrees, so I no longer feel bad about the fact that I spent my Sunday doing a little gardening. The first thing I did was take a trip into town.  I … Continue reading

I can start the flower garden, right?

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As I mentioned in yesterday’s post – this beautiful weather makes me want to start my garden.  I’m pretty sure that it’s a bit early for my veggie garden, but it’s not too early for the flower garden is it?  … Continue reading

Time to Garden?

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The last 2 days have been beautiful here in Southern Indiana.  It’s been a balmy 70 degrees with bright sunny skies.  I’m sure it will get chilly again.  After all, the middle of March is a little early for this … Continue reading

GCAMA’s Annual NATPA Pull

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Last weekend was GCAMA’s Annual NATPA Pull.  Wow!  That’s a lot of acronyms – but it’s much faster than saying Gibson County Antique Machinery Association’s Annual National Antique Tractor Puller’s Association Pull.   We host our NATPA sanctioned pull each February. … Continue reading