Hi, my name is Karen Eidson, and I am Fabgrandma. I’m 63 years old and have been around the block a time or two. My Husband and I sold our house and all our “stuff” in August of 2000, bought a travel trailer, and hit the road as fulltime RV’ers. We worked at privately owned campgrounds in Georgia, Florida, Texas, Virginia, and Pennsylvania before being hired as seasonal workers with the National Park Service. In the off season we volunteer in state parks and national forests as campground hosts. After 13 years of traveling, a near fatal illness convinced us that we needed to hang up the keys. We bought a little house on 5 acres in West Georgia, moved in, and sold the RV.
In April of 2007, I discovered that I have Celiac disease, and so began the journey of eating a gluten free diet. I have had to re-learn how to cook and bake, as gluten free flours and grains do not have the same characteristics as wheat. Any recipes I post here will be gluten free. I also write reviews of new to me gluten free products in an effort to share the knowledge I have gained with the gluten free community.
I write about my life, the things my husband and I do, the places we go, and the food we eat. We eat locally grown foods as much as possible at home. I show pictures of the food we eat, the crafts I make, and may even share a photo or two of the grandchildren.
We love to try new things, and review products that are of interest to the “baby boomer” generation.
600 Wildcat Rd
Buchanan, GA 30113
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