Nothing can STOP us NOW! Sooooo was this a HUGE MISTAKE?? Concrete 1 day ago   29:47

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I was born and raised 20 minutes from Boston, MA. At the age of 17, I was diagnosed with Anxiety. My personal experience with the prescribed medication was NOT POSITIVE. So I decided to find better way. I didn't know it at the time but, that was the BEGINNING for me! I have been “FINDING A BETTER WAY” in all areas in my life ever since. Better ways of how to create a modern homestead affordably, and a better way to provide my family with healthy foods, and so….. much MORE!

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Larry Friddle
You are killing me! Here in Arkansas we are still at 99 degrees with 110 heat index and high humidity. We could use some rain too!
John Hunter
Great teamwork!  Having a helpmate is good for progress!!!
anthony thibeault
Should try the manure sifter fork to pick apples off the ground for the animal
Mimi's Favorites
Hey Al when are you going to put up the batten strips on the barn?
Old Acres Homestead
Ok I’m guilty I haven’t be on you tube in awhile with that said
What kind of goat is the doe in this video
danFlipped
how do you finance yourselves? does youtube revenue suffice?
Archangel Lunas
How about building a deck or a set of stairs on the side of your house, so your family can use the sliding glass doors. That would be a great building project too.
Judy Howery
U do know tsc (tractor supply company) sells heated water bowls just have to run some electricity out to the goat barn so the animals dont have to go all night without water
Jimmy Clark
Love the video, the build is almost there. It's going to be so nice for Gina to have a place to park her car. I'm going to have to steal that quote at the end by the way it is too good not to share.
Thanks for sharing your homestead with us,
Jimmy
Michelle Waters
In six months, you'll think 43 degrees is warm!
tom hetrick
Please use just a few more nails! that building will never come apart! Love the series.
Mcfirefly2
Nahhh... Avoid doing anything that's seriously wrong.

1. The right thing
2. Postpone, if you can, a decision that may be seriously wrong--"first, do no harm"--but which may be the best choice after all.
3. Absolutely refuse to do the wrong thing.

I once was so frustrated by all the times that I had done nothing and said nothing at critical times. A situation had me hemmed in, seemed to be closing in, and all the throwing myself on grenades had seemingly done nothing but dig me deeper in a hole, which I thought was pretty unjust. It was not that I had done nothing wrong at all, but I was trying really hard not to do wrong, and I thought I was the _faithful friend._ If I had known, some of that grenade absorbing had at least caused someone who needed it, to mostly trust me, but it looked like the opposite: sometimes people who need someone to trust, demand perfection, and they dont let you know directly when they do trust you. You have to figure everything out for yourself; you are expected to just know. But some scary things that were happening, caused me to wonder if this friend was really my worst enemy (he was not), and things were said which reverberated with past deep hurts (and worse than that), and I decided that the next time I was in that predicament, where not speaking or acting just causes the moment to pass, and then you think of what you should have said or should have done, only now it's too late--next time that happened, I'd say something, even if it was the wrong thing. "Better the wrong thing than nothing", which God _never_ would have said. I have been living with my foolishness ever since, 50 years this winter. No, doing the wrong thing is not better than doing nothing at all.

Well, you've got to differentiate between moral wrongs, and just venturing a try on another kind of choice. Making a mistake on a physical project can usually be fixed, and yes, they are learning experiences. But you do not want to apply the same reasoning to moral decisions. Even when you begin to be closed in upon by the ruthless, "he ain't heavy; he's my brother" is something you can live with. Turning into a jerk, even when you were telling yourself you had a little forbearance coming to you for a change, is not. You don't want that kind of learning experience.
DarkSky-Wayne
Hope says "I want my sweater!"
william wallace
If you are really interested in finding information on the "wagon axle" you dug up you should shoot some photos and email them to [email protected] Coach Shop.com. Dave has been in the business for 40+ years. He is a fantastic wood worker, blacksmith, historian and too many other skills to list. He has special built tooling, jigs, fixtures and shelves of blanks for new parts. If anyone can identify your find Dave can.
Barry Sullivan
Windfall apples =cider 🍺🍺 or dehydrate slices for an easy store snack or cereal addition,just a thought.🍎
Allen Graham
you should make your own apple juice or cider with all them apples
Vonarg vo
I really like the end of your videos with just some audio. Resuming what you did and your experience (good or bad) and feeling.
Jim Horne
Yes, Gina does look hot in her winter coat...😗
K Wayne
I hope you can get one of these for your Outside Kitchen
https://ufl.ae/videow/IMDVyCYiI0K


Not only for your Chickens but all your Vegetables and other food storage needs
Maybe do a review and see if your Subscribers will help pay for it.
Same with a Milk Calve. I would love to see one raised humanely as you do with all your animals.
And Watch you make some Fresh Butter. Also do you take any of what you produce to a local Farmers Market and Sale on Weekends?
Collette Landwer
Love your music choices. I don’t know if you said and I missed it, but are you going to put gravel or anything down in the carport part of that new building ?
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I was born and raised 20 minutes from Boston, MA. At the age of 17, I was diagnosed with Anxiety. My personal experience with the prescribed medication was NOT POSITIVE. So I decided to find better way. I didn't know it at the time but, that was the BEGINNING for me! I have been “FINDING A BETTER WAY” in all areas in my life ever since. Better ways of how to create a modern homestead affordably, and a better way to provide my family with healthy foods, and so….. much MORE!

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