Well, the Grizzly Groundswell is in transition and sorry for not keeping up with my video’s but your going to have to cut me some slack, maybe I can do a few more blog posts instead!
Spring finally came and life is springing forth here.
You maybe interested in coming along to enjoy the winter scenery! Although, I am ready for Spring here any time!
Well, here is a video of me walking out to the shed that has my 4 wheeler in with a snow plow on it to push the snow. When I get there the damn padlock is frozen and I can’t get in. So I had the walk of Continue reading
Sorry about the hibernation but Winter hit in early December and it just has not let up! So this is just a check in video to let you know that the Grizzly Home Gnome is still kicking, just with a new strategy.
Merry Christmas to all of our subscribers! I wanted to take you for the morning constitutional opening of the Chicken coop and walking the pups! Did you see the small shovel up in the widow maker tree with a substantial amount of rope that broke and recoiled up Continue reading
One of the tasks that I have to take on in the Grizzly Backyard is a widow maker that is held up high in the stand of pine trees. I made this video seeking your advice as to what is the best approach to neutralize this potential danger in Continue reading
Bitter Cold here in the Grizzly Backyard. I bring you along with me on a bumpy drive home where I am reminded of my father who worked for a natural gas company and was routinely called out on bitter cold winter nights to assist his customers when SHTF and Continue reading
It is amazing the abundance that is present in and around the Grizzly Backyard. More blessings go unharvested than we have hardships, yet why do we always focus on the hardship? Grapes and Plums appear from behind a pile set to be scrapped. We are so blessed, Continue reading
This was a job, but once I got started, it came right along and the end product turned out very well. It is very sturdy and surprisingly still up as this video was shot late October of 2013. I had soaked the Willow and the roots were coming Continue reading