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This week’s edition includes a never published recipe for our natural mosquito repellent. We only make this for personal use and you should, too. You’ll stay away from toxic poisons like DEET. You’ll smell better to your friends and repelling to mosquitoes. Its safe to use on babies and the infirm. And it doesn’t linger forever on your clothes and skin. We can’t make it for sale because of the Canadian regs for insecticides and natural health products.
So we’re giving away this effective recipe so that you can protect yourself and your family. But only to members of our flock of remarkable Purple Sheep. You can become a member of our flock by subscribing to the Purple Sheep Newsletter in the box to the right of this post.
The Joybilee Farm Indigo/Woad Party is next Saturday, July 23 at Joybilee Farm 12025 Hwy. 3, near Greenwood, B.C. Families are welcome. Come alone or bring a friend. You can play in the natural indigo vats with me or just watch the magic of natural indigo. Cloth goes into the vat white, sits for a while and then comes out of the vat yellow, changing to green and then blue right before you eyes.
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Joybilee Farm is located near Greenwood, on Hwy. 3 in Southern B.C., Canada. We’re 6 hours from Vancouver, 7 hours from Calgary, 2 hours from Kelowna, Castelgar, Trail, Nelson and Spokane, WA.
That addresses sveearl of my concerns actually.