One of the cornerstones of being prepared is to identify items that multitask and to embrace their use during normal times. Doing so not only saves money but also saves storage space and eliminates having to choose which product or item to use for what. Continue reading
At Lehman’s, we believe in a simpler life, and we also believe in using our talents to serve others. That’s why we offer our staff a chance to take a break from work to do just that. Continue reading
As homeowners and homesteaders look for satisfying ways to simplify their lives and keep costs down, many are making their own soaps. Making homemade laundry soap can slash the cost of keeping laundry clean while extending the life of clothing, towels and other laundry. Continue reading
We Lehman’s employees all have our “favorites” – favorite products, that is. And sometimes, they are the least fancy, least attractive things – items that, if you saw them on the shelf of our store, you might just walk on by. But wait! Don’t do that! Here’s why… Continue reading
Hearthstone is the only stove company that uses a solid 1 ¼” thick soapstone panel for the walls and top (the actual body of the stove). This is important because soapstone has extraordinary heat retention and transfer properties…it works better than any other material used for woodstove construction. Continue reading
Mashed potatoes. Made easier. And even more delicious. Need we say more?
Okay, we’ll say a little more… Continue reading
Generations of lumberjacks have relied on the iconic Snow & Nealley® axes (known for their superior craftsmanship). But when they closed their doors, these axes disappeared. Wanting to bring back this legacy, an Amish man and his sons bought the company. Continue reading
So here’s how it went last weekend in my house.
My husband and I are in the habit (good or bad, you decide) of setting up our electric coffee pot with ground coffee and water before going to bed each night. Continue reading