A cabin in the woods....(how to make it a reality)

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Bushradical

Bushradical

2 yıl önce

Lot of people want to live debt free, in a cabin in the woods. Here's how we got started on this path 20 years ago...

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John Adams
John Adams 2 yıl önce
Wife and I are finally going to live this dream in Algonquinish area of Ontario. At age 49 and 50 we are both scared as hell but excited for the freedom of not having to work if we do not want to. Thanks Dave and Brooke for your tips and tricks and encouraging videos - each helping us get one step closer.
Becky Alter
Becky Alter 7 aylar önce
That is absolutely wonderful! So happy for you guys. You got this!!
Ann Ydobon
Ann Ydobon Yıl önce
Lucky 🍀
John Adams
John Adams Yıl önce
@tiago castanheira Absolutely! We are literally having the time of our lives up here. |Bought a 32 acre property, a chainsaw and ATV, cant wait.
tiago castanheira
tiago castanheira Yıl önce
I’m in Bradford ont near Barrie. I have to drive to Toronto everyday hopefully when the kids move out one day me and my wife can do the same
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Best of luck! Keep in touch and let us know how its going
Anthony Estee
Anthony Estee 2 yıl önce
It’s really fantastic that you and your wife are on the same page, that in my opinion represents the largest hurdle for many. Well made video and great insight and real numbers.
praises to Adonai To Say
praises to Adonai To Say 5 aylar önce
Accolades to you and Brooke... u r evenly matched ! U both are so good with each other. U both support each other well u have the same interests and vision!! I love the both of u.... seeing the compatability @ see how easy it would b.... u r right. We all could do with less , that way we would have more time for playing, lol!! Thanks for all the tips and showing all the work.... u make it look so easy...!!!lol!! Bless you both more and more... !!! You need b on tv!! You r such a good speaker..!!! 👍keep up the good 💪 work!!! - from Georgia,USA..!!!! The peach state!! 🤣 lol!!
C Mi
C Mi 2 yıl önce
@victor castle Love the "been married to a teenager for over 55 years". Amazing when you find that person when you've just starting out in life.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Russell Naquin
Russell Naquin 2 yıl önce
@Sow AG I understand! I've been there!
Sow AG
Sow AG 2 yıl önce
Victor castle I hope the marriage is ok
Eileen McLoughlin
Eileen McLoughlin 2 yıl önce
Great videos, thank you. I had an Amish company build my 10' x 12' shed/cabin I have yet to finish it because I'm a 68 year old woman (from Michigan) and can't work any longer because my "moth eaten severe arthritis" in my hands are giving me a problem. Living on social security and paying for car insurance and car payments and paying off the cabin take about all of my social security. It looks doubtful, but I'm hoping to scrape enough together to insulate, before the cold Michigan winter begins. Had some identity theft, so send me a prayer or two, won't you? Your videos keep my spirits up. Right now, I'm borrowing this computer, so I can see your encouraging videos. My place is completely off grid and I catch rain water ,also. My big plus is that I live in an un-zoned township! Thanks again for all of the ideas, I dream of easier living in the future and hopefully I won't be driving south (and stay in my car ) for this winter. Keep up the GREAT information and work that you are doing for all of us. God Bless, Eileen
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Linda Enzor-Manson
Linda Enzor-Manson Yıl önce
Thank you for serving as an example from your personal experience and for teaching others to strive for economical living. This video is relevant to older seniors such as myself as well as young people that are just starting out.
Sherrie Balazs
Sherrie Balazs Yıl önce
You two are an inspiration! I plan to work two more school years (work in a school) and save money to get it started on some family property. I am 50 now and found out I have a heart condition back in May and tired of working and still feeling broke and unsatisfied with life. I don't want to retire in 17 years and die 2 months after and not enjoy what life I have left. I am a single woman and my hands and body are not what they used to be but I have all the determination a person could need. Fingers crossed this plan goes as planned. :)
Fannie Burke
Fannie Burke 2 yıl önce
Love it, my young husband of 38 years and I are in the process of building a cabin. He is going blind, and has some knee injury, but won't stop, his dream of over 45 years. I enjoy working with him, watching it go up. So peaceful!
Gi Suzi
Gi Suzi 10 aylar önce
a friend of mine who was also going blind told me he used the herb eyebright and it help his symptoms a lot
Joe Blow
Joe Blow Yıl önce
Good luck to you both!!
Rita Donovan
Rita Donovan 2 yıl önce
Aw man good for you guys. Very sweet. Im 56 and not in 100% good shape. If I had the funds and help I would be there doing the same in a flash. 👍
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Best of luck to both of you!
TheWind213
TheWind213 8 aylar önce
Hey Dave, Thanks for breaking down the rough cost of building a cabin in the woods. I realize it would be slot of hard work and sacrifice to take on a challenge that you did. Thanks.
FEAFi
FEAFi 2 yıl önce
Beautiful, the only issue is finding someone that shares the same mindset
Roger Sawyers
Roger Sawyers 2 aylar önce
Glad I found mine
catnc1
catnc1 6 aylar önce
I wish I could go back and talk to my younger self.
a b
a b 8 aylar önce
Get a dog
Chaz Sword
Chaz Sword 9 aylar önce
“Build it and they will come”
Laura T
Laura T 2 yıl önce
My husband and I bought twelve acres with a modular home that had to be totally renovated for $40k. We did all of the renovation ourselves and had the land and home paid off in two years. Now we have a beautiful homestead with livestock. We are living a peaceful life, debt free.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Fantastic!
Judy
Judy 2 yıl önce
So smart!! When I found myself alone I bought a very run down house and made it beautiful all by myself for cash.. I know the great feeling as I sit here and look at what I did. You two are such a perfect couple-your spirits and souls are one.. I love watching everything you do.. Such inspiration!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Judy
Judy 2 yıl önce
HOMEFREE ESTATES Absolutely!! I am so happy now.
Michelle Wickstrom
Michelle Wickstrom 2 yıl önce
Looks amazing-you & Brooke are hard working, smart & creative. A life well lived! I have zero creativity, trades ability or the savvy to get this done on my own. I’d definitely have to pay someone to help me build. Love the Northern Exposure moment with the moose 😁
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
You could build it yourself if you wanted. I learned how to build by doing it...you just need to be willing to try. Thanks for the comment.
Chris Lonsberry
Chris Lonsberry 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave. You and Brooke have built a unique life. You’re blessed to have each other and share the same life goals. Really enjoy both your channels!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!
Green Saber
Green Saber Yıl önce
You lived the life some people like myself have been dreaming for a long time.
Pam Johnson
Pam Johnson Yıl önce
Your videos are so inspiring and down to earth you can tell your Grandpa had a big influence in your life and I'm so glad you're carrying on his legacy I know he would be extremely proud of you right now please continue to share and thank you for being real and keeping it real God bless
Antonio Malone
Antonio Malone Yıl önce
This is simply amazing ! I know that satisfaction and fulfillment at the end felt so great, also how you were able to articulate that into to video and verbal form wowww you deserve it .
David Redlinger
David Redlinger 5 aylar önce
Thanks David. Appreciate simple living. I'm a Laborer and I know the hustle sometimes and all the hard work just to pay the bills. You and your wife have a great mindset. When I was younger I thought like you do now and I wanted to do the same and well life happens. Thank you for a great piece of good advice younger ones that I also would emphasize to sacrifice alittle to get what you want. Have a good one.😊
Almost Homestead
Almost Homestead 2 yıl önce
Excellent job spelling out how to go about getting started with the cabin living dream. I waited until I was 50 to make the cabin living dream a reality but I'm happier then ever. It's a big leap to take at any age but if it's what you want, it's definitely worth the sacrifice. And I sacrificed a home recording studio packed with cool gear so I know what it means to sacrifice. LOL! Still was worth it. Great video and information Dave. I've been trying your method of splitting wood where it lays lately and it's great way to just hammer out a bunch of split wood in a hurry. Have a good one.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks AH!
Kevin’s Disobedience
Kevin’s Disobedience 2 yıl önce
I always enjoy your narrations, Dave. Glad to see your subs jump up with interest in this subject. Happy holidays to you and your family. I’d love to know what your kids think about growing up out there like that now that they’re older and have seen how others live.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
They will definitely have a different perspective...
Frontier Woodsman
Frontier Woodsman 2 yıl önce
Another video well done Dave! This is exactly what it takes to attain the peace that so many seem to be searching for. Making the decision to "just do it" and taking that first step is one of the hardest parts of making the transition... but sooo worth it. Thanks for showing the way!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
67fastback
67fastback Yıl önce
Thank you for the great content. I see a lot of people using concrete biscuits or discs like you've used for foundation. Then you have the log portion on top of that. What keeps the log and the structure above from potentially sliding off those biscuits besides weight?
Getting F'd Up With Friends
Getting F'd Up With Friends 9 aylar önce
Love yours and Brooke's videos Dave. Please keep them coming.
Paul Gaier
Paul Gaier Yıl önce
You two are living the dream. God Bless both of you.
ben joss
ben joss 10 aylar önce
When square footage is tight, it helps if statement pieces are both charming BestTiny.House and useful. An old wood-burning stove brings a vintage vibe to new construction and also heats the entire place.
Lindsay Little
Lindsay Little 2 yıl önce
GREAT video! Key is sacrifice. You have to sacrifice in order to appreciate what you are building I think. Love your channel. My wife and I always look forward to watching your videos. We live in a 24x24 log cabin in the woods and it is plenty big enough for us (10 years so far). Hope you and Brooke have a Merry Christmas! Greetings from the Arrowhead of MN.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Lindsay.
Tinna Lacey
Tinna Lacey 2 yıl önce
Very enjoyable to watch how you and your wife worked so very hard to make this dream a reality.
Jonathan Mayo
Jonathan Mayo 2 aylar önce
I love your videos Dave, We bought some cheap land in New England-experimenting with your methods. Very useful in making plans-setting goals.
BCm
BCm 2 yıl önce
This was probably the most motivational video ive seen on getting out there and doing it. I have maybe 5 or 6 channels ive put full notifications on that all have similar life style choices wether it be farm or homestead and this one is the one that made me feel the most encouraged. What skills do you need to be able to do this? Just rough carpentry and concrete?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the kind words. As for what skills you need......hope, enthusiasm for the process and willingness....everything else you can learn.
Philip Vaden
Philip Vaden Yıl önce
Spot-on advice Dave! I, live in a cabin, its paid for too. My wife and I managed to do such by, living off one income and paying off debt quickly - rather than eating out, frivolous spending, etc., we, paid off debt. Debt-free, is the way to go.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
well said
wander for miles
wander for miles Yıl önce
Wow... I just out two and two together and realized you and Brooke were on the show Alone! I was rootin for you two. Love the commentary here, societal pressures and financial commitments cause nothing but stress. This is certainly the direction I would love to move in.
Wellspring
Wellspring Yıl önce
You and Brooke are amazing. Been fans of yours through your channels and through Alone as well. Always learn something new from you. Thanks for sharing!
Spirit of the Wilderness
Spirit of the Wilderness 2 yıl önce
Thanks for sharing the basic experience of your journey. My wife and I had dreamed the same kind of dream. When our kids left home we were in our mid 50's. We started taking steps toward our dream cabin in the woods. We found some land, began clearing it, and just like you, we worked full time jobs while we built. We paid as we went. We sacrificed. We to moved into our cabin and live there while we finish it. We are debt free and are going to be retired in August this year. Our cabin is 832 square feet plus 170 in the loft. We LOVE it. Totally worth it. We wouldn't be retiring at 61 years old if we hadn't stepped out 5 years ago. Hope this helps others to take action toward there dreams. Thanks Again for sharing and inspiring others by example! God Bless
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Walking man
Lukas Epps-Dawson
Lukas Epps-Dawson Yıl önce
I've got a question, how did you guys build the cabin given building codes and regulations? There seems to be a lot of red tape to go through first to even get started on a project like this.
Storyteller Creations
Storyteller Creations Yıl önce
Loving the vids! We were routing for you guys on alone. Thanks for encouraging people to follow their dreams. Also love watching the house build tutorials!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Awesome! Thank you!
Joseph Miller
Joseph Miller Yıl önce
Greetings Dave! I'm 44 and I've spent my entire life heating with wood. I've always enjoyed the entire process, from felling to cuttin' and splittin' to hauling and stacking. Wood will warm ya at least 6 times before you ever toss it in a fire. Anyways, I'd like your opinion on something. What about heating with wood when we're 80+ years old? I don't know that I'll still be able to heft a chainsaw or swing a splittin' maul when I get up in my 80's. What are your plans? You gonna try to have 20-30 years' worth of wood put up by the time you're in your 60's? BTW, great videos! keep it up! You're a crafty fella!
Dan Wuollet
Dan Wuollet 2 yıl önce
Right on Dave! And Brooke! You're a great team. Off grid is the best way to get started your own self reliance with a trustworthy partner! Thank you for sharing this.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
GingerKnots
GingerKnots 2 yıl önce
This is so wonderful, I hope I can get to this point in my life! I have 2 kids, and I want to live off grid or in a tiny home sometime soon.
Fish 101
Fish 101 Yıl önce
You can do it.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
good luck
Brian M
Brian M Yıl önce
You guys are amazing, thanks for sharing and showing it can be done
Kevin Brookes
Kevin Brookes 8 aylar önce
I wish all school children were shown these amazing videos to show them options in life. What a fabulous couple :-)
Mary Hart
Mary Hart 2 yıl önce
Y'all look so young and adorable!! What a wonderful story and I love what you have accomplished!! ❤️❤️
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
thanks
Linda Woods
Linda Woods 2 yıl önce
Totally love what you all have done. You both knew what you wanted and went after it and done it.Beautiful cabins, and a great little family..Great advise and video, thank you for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Chelsie Marie
Chelsie Marie Yıl önce
I'd love to do this, working on gaining the skill set to be able to build a stable and solid cabin. Though this is a longer plan to gain the experience and knowledge needed for a base start. Thanks for all your knowledge and expertise.
Indy Outsider
Indy Outsider 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the info, and your experience. I suppose building a cabin not using logs, ( dimensional lumber ) would help a lot in the labor department. Or turn a shed into a cabin might even be cheaper. What do you think?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
If I would have bought 3 sided logs and had them delivered ....Me and a helper could have built the whole place in a few days....put up the log walls ......but milling logs with a chainsaw and packing them out of the woods on your shoulder was real work.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Yes to both those statements......I would never build a cabin like this one again........it was way to much labor.
Rowan Mulvey
Rowan Mulvey Yıl önce
Remember that skill, knowledge and physical ability go along with the willingness to engage in a lifestyle like this. Alot of people don't have an appreciation for what it takes to fell and limb a tree safely, to build anything that is plumb, level and square, to organize and execute efficiently, to follow through and finish a huge project. Just staying healthy, uninjured, fed and clothed while doing this is a significant accomplishment. These people have strength, skill, hardiness, vision, and diverse abilities that allow them to succeed at this. Do not underestimate the importance of this. Be ready to work hard if you are serious about living this way. Inspiring and informative video, thank you.
Alpharius
Alpharius Yıl önce
I find that work gets easier when you do it for yourself. I'd rather build my own house for 14 hours and collapse in a tent with well deserved exhaustion than work for someone that doesn't care about me for 8 hours and then drive home and play video games. I've done both, and let me tell you the second one is more difficult. There's no reward or sense of accomplishment beyond the occasional paycheck that disappears into rent and power bills almost immediately anyway, there's no pride, there's no sense of meaning to the work.
eric brufatto
eric brufatto 2 yıl önce
I enjoy your videos, like I do a good story; and you're a good storyteller. I've watched "Alone In The Wilderness" many times, with Dick Pronnecke who was a great storyteller and an amazing craftsman. However, living your lifestyle is fantasy for me, in reality, I know I would/could never want to live that way.
Goh Michael
Goh Michael 2 yıl önce
For me its not about the sacrifice of building this log cabin but more to a person's consistent and wanting to commit a lifetime to the end of living the off grid way of life!! Not many can live such a life in the wilderness!!
Sam Pagan
Sam Pagan Yıl önce
Thank You for sharing your life story and success. It was a total pleasure to watch you and your wife do an amazing sacrificial life binding experience building journey. God Bless You Both and Your Beautiful Children. May You continue to Live The Dream.
Janet Withers
Janet Withers 2 yıl önce
Excellent video, Dave. You and Brooke are awesome and I love passion for life you both have. Thanks for sharing. 😺❄️🎄💖⛄⛄🎅🎇
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Elwood Taylor
Elwood Taylor 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave those cabins you built in Alaska are awesome I really like the look of the logs, they are different in some way, anyway merry Christmas to you and Brook
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Elwood. Merry Christmas
Final Fantasy soldier
Final Fantasy soldier 2 yıl önce
I love this man. I live in Tennessee but thinking about buying a piece of land in the mountains and you really gave me alot of answers I needed. Love it bro. Thank you and god bless. I'm a new subscriber
GM 4 LIFE
GM 4 LIFE 2 yıl önce
I'm headed to tennesee soon to move? Hows work down there
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!
Transportia
Transportia Yıl önce
Very sensible emphasis on how things like this actually get done, requiring planning, sweat, willingness to be minimally comfortable for months. All the hard work of actually building overlays all the work of finding the best materials and getting them to the site. Then factor in the friends and associates that support you with loans and gifts of equipment, material, or effort. It's all very doable, but many see the cute end results and don't understand how to actually get there. So thank you for that--one of the best DIY channels for this on YT.
Angela Palmieri
Angela Palmieri 2 yıl önce
Thank you for sharing your life with us Dave..great story..love you and Brooke...❤
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Eric Rabe
Eric Rabe Yıl önce
Would love to know more about how you got interested in this lifestyle in the first place. Where did you develop your "handiness" and confidence to be able to manage projects like this? I'm sure others would be interested in a video on this as well. Thank you for the phenomenal content!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks. Good question. Ive always liked to build stuff. When I cot out of school I got a job doing concrete work and have been building stuff ever since. I learned 95% of everything I know by doing it. The willingness to try stuff you havent done before is the key.
Nick Makes
Nick Makes 11 aylar önce
Love your channel Dave, been binge watching your videos all week!
Remy, Lily and Momma too
Remy, Lily and Momma too 2 yıl önce
When I was young I couldn't understand why my momma wanted to live in the country and now that I am old I understand. Loved hearing you tell your story and the cabins you built are nice.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Raspberry Rock - Off Grid Cabin
Raspberry Rock - Off Grid Cabin 2 yıl önce
Interesting story. Thanks for sharing that. I lived in a (car) shelter when starting my cabin. People think it's nothing to live like that (or a tent) but it really sucks.
lila boys
lila boys 2 yıl önce
Love the video . I myself was razed in a cabin that my parents built for little to nothing, should have done the same thing !
Jim Stout
Jim Stout 2 yıl önce
What a wonderful job you and your wife did on your Homestead. Congratulations!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
R. VDB
R. VDB Yıl önce
Your videos are beautifully and professionally edited. You just can't help yourself watching them till the end.
Echoutdoors
Echoutdoors 4 aylar önce
Question: How do you keep bugs, and rodents from getting in the cabin?
Gregor Eisenhorn
Gregor Eisenhorn 2 yıl önce
I love your channel mate! Always brings a smile to my face! You and your family have a great outlook on life.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!
Bikes and Bushcraft Outdoors
Bikes and Bushcraft Outdoors Yıl önce
Amazing work and the end goal is fantastic. I wish the uk had more land fore sale to do this. I would sell up and live out of my camper van whilst I built a cabin. 40 years old now so looking forward to a simpler life. Great insight to what it takes
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
good luck
Tom Sensible
Tom Sensible 2 yıl önce
Your cabins look great, and I think this kind of pep-talk may help some people actually say "I think I will give this a try." People can do it, with some work, bruised thumbnails, and by asking a lot of questions from lots of folks. Thanks for your videos. They really are a service to Mankind. Think of the effect if, say only a dozen families took your advice and lived simple, in a paid off home, fewer stressors. They would be raising kids to maybe do the same, influencing people in town, and in Church, at work. Things would get slightly better here on earth. Thanks.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
That would be a good thing
A Russian Asset
A Russian Asset 2 yıl önce
Very good advice. You being a concrete finisher, you already know what hard work [is]. I think that most people this day and age aren't familiar with this type of labor. I might add that they stay focused, and not get discouraged. Keep the big picture in mind. Great video Dave!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!
Ron Pettitt
Ron Pettitt Yıl önce
Everything you said in this video makes perfect sense. If more young people thought about it, this would be a great start to life. That said, most of the young people I know think exactly the opposite, they want it all and they want it right now. A little late for me to start all over again, but this would be amazing.
Jose Santana
Jose Santana 2 yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful Man! I am a New York City native who is ready for this type of lifestyle. The biggest challenge would be finding a similar experience to live in like Alaska. And also just as important is finding a similar good enough paying job so that I can live the cabin lifestyle. Thanks Dave for your insight and perspectives.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
best of luck
dj don
dj don 2 yıl önce
You guys Rock!!! This is the way to live the simple life no stress at all. Good for you guys. Stay strong and safe out there.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
himesjb
himesjb 2 yıl önce
Dave, you guys are heroes! Thank you for sharing this wisdom.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Simple Living Alaska
Simple Living Alaska 2 yıl önce
Awesome video and information 😀 Appreciate you sharing your outlook, advice, and experience ✌
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
JD_Rain
JD_Rain Yıl önce
Great video! I want to add a wood burning stove to mine. Is it a difficult as a post build addition? I'll look for a video on your channel. Awesome content!
zcadguy
zcadguy 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave, another quality video bud! On another subject I mentioned before about you doing reviews, you don't have to review new stuff, I enjoy when you talk about the equipment you've picked up here and there, always fun for me to see a review of woodworking/machining/bushcraft tools or equipment that aren't brand new (in a lot of cases, they don't make them like they used to). Anyway, I continue to enjoy the Whipple channels, Rock On!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Z!
Grumpy John TX Redneck RC
Grumpy John TX Redneck RC 2 yıl önce
Great Story & Life Dave! You & I Had Very Similar Past Lives, Except I Went A Little Larter On My 1st Little Grizzly Adam's Cabin Back In 1986, It Ended Up Being 5800 sg ft Under Roof, 5-Bedroom, 3-Bath w/2- 30' sq Garages/Workshops, 35x13 Greenhouse Attached w/2-10x20 Patios, At A Building Cost of $50K+$8K For The Lot & A Year For Me To Build It Mostly Myself... Lived There 6yrs & Used It A Dozen Times A Year For Another 4yrs, Sold It After That 10 years For $485K Butt The Most Rewarding Part Is That My Now 40 Years Old Daughter Drove Up To See It Last Month & Text Me A Few Selfie Pics Of Home & It Looks Exactly The Way It Did Last Time I Saw It Over 25 Years Ago!!! LOL Thanks
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thats awesome
Danny Knapp
Danny Knapp 2 yıl önce
Congratulations on what you have accomplished! Excellent video lots of hard work and dedication right there 👍
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
The Cleaning Lady's Mi
The Cleaning Lady's Mi 2 yıl önce
I wish my husband would do this with me! I'm down for putting the blood sweat and tears in .
Madison
Madison Yıl önce
Same! I’m not with anyone right now though, but I hope to find someone who wouldn’t mind being in the nature!
Nicole Evans
Nicole Evans Yıl önce
Me too girl!
BasicallyBushAlaska
BasicallyBushAlaska 2 yıl önce
@Wally Whipple me and my boyfriend converted our own skoolie that we've been living in for the past 2.5 years to save money to move to AK to build a cabin. We're moving next March!
Anne S
Anne S 2 yıl önce
My husband had already done all that with his first wife and when I came along he was all worn out
Wally Whipple
Wally Whipple 2 yıl önce
Started me a tiny home, going to start the framing next weekend, got the trailer modifications done, waiting for my rims and tires, and the trailer will be ready.
Jo O.
Jo O. 2 yıl önce
Wow, it would be nice to have that. Wish my hubby and I could have done that when we were younger. We just didn't have the mindset or the gumption for it. It's true though. I think most people would rather live a more simpler lifestyle. I do enjoy watching your wife and you talk about the outdoors. Makes me forget about the "rat race" life for a short time. Wishing you and Brooke the best for the next year and beyond. Looking forward to more videos.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks, you too
Enjoying Nature
Enjoying Nature 2 yıl önce
Great job with the log cabin! Wish I had logs to build with here but I had to build mine with store-bought lumber. You may want to look at the solar heaters I made for it on my channel.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Nothing wrong with stick framing. I'll probably stick frame my next cabin
Judy Abernathy
Judy Abernathy Yıl önce
You two are amazing!! I love the way you interact, and the fact that you both can do just about anything. It’s a wonderful thing to see. ♥️❣️♥️
Afternoon Bears
Afternoon Bears 6 aylar önce
DAMN! You understand what life is actually about!!!! This was exactly what I needed to watch!
Downeastwaves
Downeastwaves 2 yıl önce
Great way of doing it Dave. You and Brooke did awesome!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
joe 5D
joe 5D Yıl önce
This video really resonates with me at a crucial time in my life right now. Thank you.
Sally Frenette
Sally Frenette 2 yıl önce
Thanks for this video. We are working towards getting rid of all our debt so we can start living like this. Your video gives us the inspiration to know that it will happen for us.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Best of luck
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