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  • SasquatchBobby 2 weeks ago

    Very Nice, thank you. Curious, have you heard of any Sasquatch Sightings or Encounters in the area? I don't mean to put you on the Spot! Just Curious? Be Safe my friend!

  • Scottie Manners 2 weeks ago

    does it rain a lot like that in Oregon? thinking of moving out there

  • Joshua Smith 2 weeks ago

    I just want to buy a few acres out there in OR and put up an RV and maybe having a shipping container as storage and an office. Can you do that? I don't plan on building a house. I'm not interested in that kind of expense.

  • Starry Hilder Off Grid Homestead 2 weeks ago

    Wow what a incredible piece of property and history lesson! I cant believe that pond is 20 plus feet deep!! Thats lake depth! And you mentioned a walnut tree? Hmmm like that! Your  property there is just such a blessed piece of land! So beautiful….I see your getting hit hard by the rain to! We made a trip midstate here in Idaho to go load up at Costco. Yearly trip..and it rained so so hard the whole time, all the ditches  were flooding! We were worried up at our homestead but seemed we got rain but not as much as below us. Thank you for the wonderful tour and commentary!! And your right about old people…they have so much to offer in terms of what they have seen, what they have lived thru. A lost generation never to be again

  • Ann Poucher 2 weeks ago

    I just found your videos and subscribed. I look forward to seeing them all and learning about your adventures. God bless you, brother.