Who hasn’t needed to lash items together at some point in life? I’m sure you have – I know I do on a regular basis. Most people take it for granted that they can jury-rig together whatever they need when tying a knot. But are you really able to hold that Christmas tree to the […]
In this video, Kevin shows you the new Premier 1 electric poultry netting that we have purchased to go around our gardens. This is a 2 part video showing the unboxing and a follow up 6 weeks after installation.
In the past, I’ve posted articles on how to pack a bugout bag, but I’ve never fully addressed exactly what to put in a bug out bag or, as it’s also known, a 72hr kit. Fortunately, for both of us, Misty Marsh from Simple Family Preparedness has taken the time to write a “by the […]
Ever wish you could do all your sewing, embroidery, applique, smocking, and heirloom sewing on one machine? You can. A thorough review of this super quiet Brother SE1800 Sewing & Embroidery machine. What else would could you want in a machine?
A jacket is a critical piece of gear for any suburban homesteader. Rain, wind and cold are all elements that we battle both on the homestead and in our day-to-day suburban adventures. Being protected from the elements can mean the difference between a comfortable day’s work and a purely miserable experience. In this article, I […]
I was recently approached by Survival Hax to review a new shovel they had come out with. The Survival Hax Survival Shovel is filling a void in the marketplace for a budget-friendly, collapsible shovel. It’s small and lightweight which makes it conceptually ideal for hiking and backpacking. Likewise, it’s adjustable which promotes ease of use. […]