I am going to look back at what I have accomplished in my homesteading life. I got the idea from another thread. I have bought my first home it,s small but picture perfect for our family. We had a few things to do to the house itself putting in air conditioning and a wood stove. We cleared a porion of our land for a garden and fenced it off. We bought some seeds and started are 1st garden( We didn't do that great but we did get some stuff).We cleared another section for our chickens and bought the would and made our first chicken coop(turned out real good for the 1 st time).We also cleared a space for some ducks. I ordered chickens 1st (Buffs) they are the greatest(my pride and joys) we keep them in the laundry room till they we're to big and started getting into everything LOL. Outside to their new home they went. Next I ordered the ducks(3 breeds) I kept them inside too. What a mess they we're nothing like the chicks. Lesson learned ducks are stick and dirty little buggers(still love them ) don't keep them inside too long UGHHHHH.. I had 6 dead trees cut down I had to get a chainsaw to cut them up for firewood( to many cut at once)taking us a long time to get cleaned up(great firewood though).I tried my hand at pickling some things this year (turned out to vinegary for me) still eatable thou. I have plenty more to do so much of my land is unused. I have plans for everything I imagine I will never be done with the work I have to do. That is quite alright with me I would rather be doing this than living in the rat race society of today. So what have you accomplished on your homesteading path?