Sunday, June 17, 2018

6 foot tomatoes and WHAT'S GOING ON WITH THE TINY HOUSE?



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6 foot tomatos and Whats GOING ON WITH THE TINY HOUSE? In this video Charles gives a run down on the progress that the urban garden has made in just the past 2 week since the last video! Be sure to take special note of the zombie, giant, tomato plants that are as tall as Charles. He also talks about the problems Princess Lay-uh has been causing with the other chickens. Meanwhile, during this urban home stead update, Charles also talks about a series of event that has direct impact on the progress of their off the grid tiny house, down in the Ozarks. With the progress of the garden, the temporary hold on the tiny house and ever changing adventures Charles and Jon partake… Subscribe now to be a part of their story! As always, thanks for watching

Saturday, June 2, 2018

The Start of Our Urban Homestead



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   In this video Charles takes a closer look at their start to a urban homestead. Trying to incorporate self-subsistence into every part of their daily routines until Jon and Charles can break free from the daily grind and bugger off to the tiny house forever. In this episode Charles talks about the start of the garden for 2018 and checks in on the chickens. Subscribe to follow us on all our adventures and share the video to help us grow! As always, thanks for watching.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Late spring mushrooms and attacked by a lizard!



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   In this video Jon and Charles set out on a late spring adventure, in the hopes of finding some black morel mushrooms. On their adventure they make a few new friends out of a toad and a lizard. They also discover several different species of mushrooms, both edible and non. Be sure to subscribe to keep up with their journeys off the grid and tiny! Thanks for watching

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Dryad's Saddle, we found a huge patch!



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   In this video Jon and Charles head out into the woods in the hopes to find some Dryad's Saddle, aka Pheasants Back, and some Morel mushrooms. In the search for local wold edibles they stumble upon a huge patch of Dryad's Saddle and a few more Morchella nom noms.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Harvesting back yard for wild red clover!



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   In this video Charles and Jon set out on an adventure in the back yard of their city homestead. Urban foraging can be done right in your own back yard. What most people do not realize is that there is, most likely, already food growing in your back yard. In this episode they are on the search for the abundant red clover. Red clover has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb, as well as staple in salads and teas. The red clover is full of vitamins and nutrients and the best part of that is that is already growing less than 10 feet from your front door, in most cases. We hope you enjoy the video! Make sure to subscribe to stay tuned and please share our videos on social media!


Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Lew's Tele Speed Rod. Micro telescopic backpack rod!



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In this video Charles does a review of the Lews Tele Speed telescopic rod. He manages to catch a few small fish and give the rod a tone of casts. Despite there being no impressive fish he is still able to give his opinion of the rod after his time spent with it on the water. I am sure a lot of you have seen the Lew's Telespeed on the shelves at Walmart for 20 bucks! I am sure a bunch of you have all stopped, looked and said "Hmmmmm, is this thing junk?" and then kept walking right on because you just didnt wanna drop the 20 bucks on it. Watch this video to the end to get Charles first impression of this new rod!

Friday, May 11, 2018

Easy DIY rain collection system on a micro tiny house.



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In this video Jon and Charles discuss the further adventures into the realms of off the gridness by adding the world most simple rain water collection system for their off the grid micro tiny house. Considering their micro cabin in the Ozarks of Mo.is their weekend place, a 55 gallon drum will provide them with enough water between visits and rain to take care of their needs. Charles also discusses some future modifications to the tiny house and also talks about the Indian Trail Tree on their property.