I’ve had this saw for a few years. I do tend to baby it a bit, in that I try to wipe it down and keep it looking new every now and then. I generally use it for cutting firewood each year for myself and my mother in law, as well as general clearing around […]
Some ideas for gifts to give to homesteaders and beekeepers.
Not all of us have the ability to buy a gas log splitter. The old fashioned splitting maul works, but sometimes injury prevents us from going that route. We put the electric log splitter from Harbor Freight Tools to the test.
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. Then, I went and did that tree beehive cut-out, and that did it. By the […]
A quick and easy pizza to make using herbs and vegetables straight from the garden. My wife loves Chili’s Margherita pizza, and this is my attempt to recreate it. I personally think I surpassed the stuff Chili’s sells.
I remember the first time I hear about hog ring pliers, or more accurately, hog rings. I somehow managed to picture a ring in the nose of a hog… like the rings you see in bulls noses. I am not sure why I generated that mental image, but I did. Here is a quick tip […]