About Suburban Stone Age


Hello everyone and welcome to Suburban Stone Age! I wanted to introduce you to my channel and tell you a little bit about myself, and what the channel is all about.
 
My name is Rebecca. I started Suburban Stone Age in 2011, and basically my idea was that I wanted to try a little bit of everything to try to relearn a sustainable way of life in these modern times. Whether it was using really old technology, or maybe technology that was only a hundred years old, or even cutting edge technology – by just looking through what we had available and trying to recombine things we can use creative ideas to live a more sustainable life. The goal is to leave this world better than we found it.
 
I hope you’ll join me on our journey as we explore all the amazing things the world has to offer, and see if we can find a way to live a better life, live more sustainably, and leave things better than we found it for future generations.

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Arun Roy November 13, 2018 at 11:59 pm

Hello

I am a big fan of your blog and I have taken the initiative and written some cool articles for you to publish on your blog. I am just starting out as a blogger. I have already published some of my articles on some well-known sites such as https://www.abestfashion.com

If you like my articles then I could write a couple more later this week when I have some more free time.

Keep up the great work and have a fab week ahead!

Kind regards

Arun Roy

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Julie October 18, 2018 at 9:19 pm

I’m looking for real life reality check with the seemingly great Native Bentgrass. I am in SoCal and landscaper photos look great, but the only 1 residential install I have talked to, it failed. I’m wondering, now 2 more years out for you, did yours die off or survive? Thanks.

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Rebecca Simpson November 14, 2018 at 10:12 am

Hello Julie! I think we had touched base on another social media platform regarding this, but I could not find the thread. I had promised a picture of the bentgrass, and here it is. This was taken moments ago, and is the last remaining patch. I wish I could recommend this as a lawn alternative, but I can’t. It failed miserably. Thanks!

Link to pic of bentgrass, taken this morning: http://www.suburbanstoneage.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/1114180957a_HDR.jpg

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Barbara Driscoll December 31, 2016 at 6:13 am

There is an image on the web of a piece sign with a big bee looking thru the peace sign with the words “Give bees a chance”. I believe “Surburbanstoneage” is underneath the image. Is this a copyright image? I am a member of Beecity Asheville ” and this image would be so perfect on a yard flag/sign. Thank you for your help. Barbara Driscoll.

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Rebecca Simpson November 14, 2018 at 10:15 am

Hello Barbara, THank you for looking into this. I know the reply is very late, but yes, you may use the image. Thank you!

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