Mountain Woman Rendezvous #40

Mountain Woman Rendezvous Blog Hop at TrayerWilderness.comWelcome to

Mountain Woman Rendezvous!

Be sure to spread the word and tell your friend’s!

Grab your favorite beverage and join me in looking over last weeks favorites, all the new additions for this week and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below or one of your very own posts!

This week was a tough one in deciding who I was going to feature and honestly, I could have chose them ALL!!



I’d like to thank Courtney from A Cow Named Georgia for sharing a family story!  Her post hit home because we treasure for one our upbringing and 2nd our hand me down antique heirlooms that we’ve either used in our past or recall a grandparent or even a great grandparent using!  Those are great treasures that hold great memories.  Thanks again for sharing them!





And I just couldn’t choose just one this week because there was another one that heavily intrigued me.  We LOVE brussel sprouts and the Brussel Sprout Stew shared by Christine at Once Upon A Time In A Bed Of Wildflowers looked so yummy…  I am in the middle of a fast, but I know what we will be having as soon as my fast is completed!  :)  Thank you Christine for another wonderful post!  Glad to have you joining me every week!

Thanks so much for joining me.  I look forward to seeing what you all have to share today…


Tam (MWJ) ♥ <><


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    Thanks, Tammy, for featuring my Brussels Sprout Stew! :)
    This week I’m sharing the Beans & Rice dish I make when I haven’t planned anything for dinner!
    And, as always, thanks for hosting this!
    ~ Christine @ Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers


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