Desktop Review: My Initial Thoughts on the Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife.

This is a quick desktop review of a knife that I received in the mail today from Amazon. The Morakniv Companion. Quick Summary: The knife is an incredible deal for less than $13.00 shipped to your house. Some features: Swedish Made. (Check out their video of their manufacturing facility.) Carbon Steel blade. No-slip grip is very comfortable. […]

Homesteading Means Learning How to Fix and Make Your Own! – How To Replace A Heating Element in Your Electric Oven.

*This post is what I intended to write on my last post but what came out there wanted to be written instead of this. So tonight you get a two-fer. This is a quick tutorial on how to replace a heating element in an electric oven. This is HOW I DID IT. It’s not intended […]

Homesteading Means Learning AND Doing. Don’t Just Read About It!

** I WASN’T BORN INTO THIS** Some of my first broccoli – gone to seed. I read about it “bolting” but I didn’t understand how fast it could happen! I’ve went through a few stages in my life. I’ve been through a few in my homesteading life. Before Y2K (you remember that right?) I just […]

Grafting Apple Trees – Part Two

The second post/video of grafting apple trees using the AGPTek Grafting Tool. It was our first time using it and it worked great. We bought our rootstock through Lawyers Nursery and the Scions were sent from a homesteading friend (Thanks Dona!) from Maine. If you feel the need to comment about how dangerous my son was […]

Build A Fruit Picker For Next to Nothing!

I have the second part of my Apple Grafting video ready to publish but surprise of all surprises Dtube was acting up. So instead, you get this article about building a Fruit Picker! I sincerely hope you find it useful! If you follow any of my writing and homesteading adventures for any length of time […]

She’s More Than My Partner… She’s My Wife.

It’s Valentine’s Day.  Yes, it’s manufactured and exploited holiday that fills the coffers of the retailer and distributors of “STUFF”. Yes, I could rail on this and proclaim how important it is to celebrate your loved one every other day. Sure, that’s easy enough to do. We like to rail on things in America. That’s […]

A $25.00 Goat Shed – A Homesteading Lesson in Using What You Have Available.

**Please note, this was originally posted to my Steemit blog. It’s a community that pays you in a crytpocurrency called steem to write posts. You can learn more about it over here.  If you become a Steemit user (a Steemian) you can also vote and take part of  contests that I host there. My user’s […]

How To Buy A Tractor – Why Do You Want A Tractor?

**Please note, this was originally posted to my Steemit blog. It’s a community that pays you in a crytpocurrency called steem to write posts. You can learn more about it over here.  If you become a Steemit user (a Steemian) you can also vote and take part of  contests that I host there. My user’s […]

Making Maple Syrup – Our Evolution

**Please note, this was originally posted to my Steemit blog. It’s a community that pays you in a crytpocurrency called steem to write posts. You can learn more about it over here.  If you become a Steemit user (a Steemian) you can also vote and take part of  contests that I host there. My user’s […]

Bob’s Super Coop Chicken Tractor – Reflections

**Please note, this was originally posted to my Steemit blog. It’s a community that pays you in a crytpocurrency called steem to write posts. You can learn more about it over here.  If you become a Steemit user (a Steemian) you can also vote and take part of  contests that I host there. My user’s […]