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
Why on Earth would I ever want to leave Facebook? The social media platform unites long lost relatives and friends over time and space. How could that be a problem? Well, after realizing something wasn’t quite right, but not being able to put my finger upon it, I decided to do a little research into … Continue reading Facebook’s Dark Secrets are in the Open
Here is a quick video I did on changing the vehicle design from a side mount battery to a top post battery. When I was filming this video, my cistern pump went out a day before, and when I got home from work, our Suburban was dead. No connection, except a string of bad timing. … Continue reading Changing a Side-Mount for a Top Post Battery
As a teacher of 17 years, student apathy seems to be increasing, and can eventually make any sane and helpful teacher go a little crazy. I remembered this scene when I was in middle school and back then, I never even considered becoming a teacher. When I was in college, I discovered a zen approach … Continue reading What is happening to our students?
Our wood cook stove is truly the heart of the home during the winter. It heats the home, cooks our food, and heats the home's domestic hot water. Thanks for joining us on this quick video on us cooking breakfast on the wood cook stove, a true labor of love. If you have never cooked … Continue reading Breakfast a labor of love
When the pump failed, I knew I had to change it before I left for work. If I left the house before changing the cistern pump, my family would be without water for the day. Unless they hand bucketed it from the cistern. This was an early morning emergency that turned out well considering. Behind … Continue reading Cistern Pump Quick Change
Our derelict cabin left by the original owners of our property has been slowly disintegrating with each winter. One section almost collapsed, and in the past, I did a video in which I hand shoveled the roof to prevent the cabins creaking demise. It was hard work, and I couldn't physically do it again without … Continue reading Snow Throwing the Roof & Wife’s Surprise
Losing your dog can be a traumatic event in Northern Idaho. If it isn't the wildlife, there is also the real possibility of a neighbor releasing a barrage of defensive fire. In this clip, I explain a moment in which we lost our dog during a snow storm, the importance of finding her, and how … Continue reading Dog Gone It!
This week I am demonstrating how to clean a stainless steel wood cook stove surface. Many of you probably do not have a wood cook stove in your homes. This still may relate to you if you are considering purchasing a wood stove to have a backup heat and cooking source. I have created a … Continue reading Cleaning the Wood Cook Stove Surface
Our battle with the chicken coop seems to be unending. When the mice moved in and discovered the chickens had a bountiful supply of food, the battle began. First, we removed our chickens' food at night to prevent the mice' thievery. But, they still seemed to propagate. I began setting mouse traps and competed with … Continue reading Easy Do-it-Yourself Mousetrap (Very Effective)