Teachers and students are preparing for their return to school this fall. Many schools have been advised to implement strict measures to meet CDC guidelines before returning to school. Face masks or face shields on students and teachers are being required by many schools. Here's a solution to meet the standard and then surpass it. … Continue reading The Ultimate Social Distancing Face Shield
October 23rd, 2019, was the day the freedom on the Internet died for me. For years large corporations have been fighting the Internet for sharing their multi-million dollar projects whether it was music, movies, television shows, or news photography. However, the Internet has been resilient as users continued to share information in a variety of … Continue reading Blogger Prepare Yourself to be Sued and Lose: The Day Freedom on the Internet Died!
My frustration level has reached the outer limits. I created a post 7 paragraphs in length and accidentally backed out of it to find all is lost. Gone... So, do I attempt to recreate what was lost or surrender? Here's the short of it. This battle to relocate the skunk needs to happen. The skunk … Continue reading The Battle Begins: Skunk Relocation & Demonetized Again
Well, I did it again. I produced another video which tells the truth about YouTube and I was censored/demonetized again. Even if you are not a blogger, you should watch the video in which I explain some of the behind the scenes stuff YouTube is doing. It was this information that stamped me out as … Continue reading Blog using YouTube? You need to know this! (Uncensored)
The end of summer is upon us and the firewood is in. During this video of gathering firewood over the course of one day, I discuss why the Living a Sustainable Dream YouTube Channel is not successful. I also explain the importance of taking a much needed break from social media. If you have struggled … Continue reading Firewood, and why this YouTube Channel is not Successful
A few years back, my wife and I were introduced to the Junior Ranger Program at the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. He took a Ranger class about the volcano at the outdoor amphitheater located at the Johnston Ridge Observatory. The class was between 30 and 40 minutes and we, parents, took a short … Continue reading Junior Ranger Program Available at your National Park
As we were swiftly driving through the Rockies to our night hotel reservation in Billings, something terrible happened. Our P.T. Cruiser of 13 years, unbeknownst to us, began burning oil at such a rate that the one of the pistons froze from the extreme heat and lack of lubrication. The piston rod splintered under the … Continue reading Salvaging a Vacation: when it takes a turn for the worse.
In my last post, I discussed our off grid vacation to Medora, North Dakota. First off, we were going on vacation, so I grabbed one piece of technology, my cell phone. My computer, camera, video camera, and sound recording devices remained behind. I was after all on vacation. I figured if I wanted video or … Continue reading Vacation from the Homestead
Where does this off grid family vacation? Since we have lived off grid, our vacation of choice, camping, has diminished. We generally decide to use AirBnB or hotel it, but camping only in a desperate situation. This year our vacation included my wife's folks. We decided last year to unravel the mysterious raves about a … Continue reading Where does this Off Grid Family Vacation?
The battle with Social Media continues and here are the results of this week’s wins and loss. This week I am posting a video on how to delete, and I mean really delete your Facebook account if you so choose to do so. I go, step by step, through the process on my work account. … Continue reading “How to Delete you Facebook Account Permanently” Demonetized; it’s too controversial