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    Thumbs up MAGAZINE REVIEW - Back Home (guide to Sustainable Living)

    When I was in Kamloops this past weekend, I stopped at Cole's book store and found this wonderful magazine Back Home, your hands-on guide to Sustainable Living. Here is their website with the magazine I purchased. http://www.backhomemagazine.com/

    The magazine is well done, with lots of information. There are few advertisements (which I love in a magazine) and there are some wonderful recipes in the magazine.

    A great read for homesteaders and those wanting to live the self-sufficient life.

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    Sounds like a great one!! Enjoy. I don't think I've heard of this one.

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    You might like Backwoods Home too. They have a website. I THINK it's Backwoodshome,com, but I am not positive.

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    Cj do you read Mother Earth News? If so, I was wondering how it compares.....? I really love M.E.N. b.t.w.....

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    Lisa, Countryside & Small Stock Journal is my absolute favorite.
    http://www.countrysidemag.com/ You can get a sample copy sent to you.

    I haven't read Mother Earth News in a long time.

    This new magazine has lots of great articles in it and VERY FEW ads, which I really like. The articles are well done and so is there website. Its very reasonable in price $4.95 (US), $5.95 (CDN). Countryside you can't purchase from a bookstand which does annoy me a bit.

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