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I needed to sharpen my chain on my Husqvarna 450 Rancher…. like really needed to sharpen it. It was feeling a bit dull a couple of weeks ago when I dropped an old walnut tree for my mother in law. … Continue reading
We had a chance to cut a few bees out of a fallen tree. The homeowner wanted to cut the tree down a few weeks ago. As it happens, mother nature took care of felling the tree. Now, he just … Continue reading
I have a cool mother in law. Really, I do. She bought me a log splitter for Christmas last year. We discussed it, and we simply couldn’t justify the cost of a gas splitter at this point, so we went … Continue reading
A quick look at the hives in the front apiary on the homestead. The weather was less than ideal, but I needed to get the inspection done. The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy were on the way.
Once again, we break out one of our favorite building materials to create something we need on the homestead. Today, it is a chicken coop/hen house. This is actually the second rendition of a hen house we have made. The … Continue reading
We had the opportunity to take a little drive south. About 3.5 hours or so that direction, you will find a nice little homestead/small farm by the name of J&J Acres. Jared and his family have been doing the small … Continue reading
I got a request in a comment on a YouTube video asking how to use Swiffer pads or paper towels for hive beetle control in a hive. I put together a quick Two Minute Tip showing how to install them. … Continue reading
Ok, so today we were trying to figure out lunch. Cyndi wanted pizza, and she loves the Margherita pizza from Chili’s. I decided to see what I could throw together to get close, and I must say, this was a … Continue reading
So, the hives in the back apiary are infested…. badly. The good news is that the front apiary is looking strong. I reworked the hives in the back, essentially replacing everything in an attempt to save those two.
I have been using concrete mesh for trellises for some time. Here is how I use them to cage up some tomatoes. These work great for cucumbers, zucchini, pretty much everything that needs support.