Driving a hand pump well at a remote off grid Wilderness Camp

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2 yıl önce

In this video, Brooke and I drive a well at our remote off grid camp in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with the help of our good friend Scott. Its amazing to be able to get drinking water right out of the ground, on your own property.
Living off grid is a simple and quiet way to live but it does require a few systems to be in place in order to feel comfortable and have your needs met. An outhouse is top priority, and I would say a well comes in a close second. Having a way to get water for showers, the garden, your pets and of course to drink.....thats an amazing and wonderful thing.
I hope you enjoy seeing to process of digging a pilot hole, driving the well pipe, putting on the pump, and ultimately pumping your own water out of the ground. Enjoy!
Dave Whipple

jrosborn77 2 yıl önce
We just did a sand point well at our cabin. It was an all day project using a fence post driver! We just got our water test back yesterday and it's 100% safe potable water! Total game changer for us!
jrosborn77 7 aylar önce
@Liam Warren UK? Wow! Good luck!
Liam Warren
Liam Warren 7 aylar önce
Cool. Wish me luck in my 4.5 acre wood in the UK 🇬🇧 💧 🚰
jrosborn77 Yıl önce
@Name: N Tatic ours doesn't need a break. We can pump all day without running out.
Name: N Tatic
Name: N Tatic Yıl önce
@jrosborn77, I hit the water at 8 feet, and drilled 18 feet down. Now I can pump 20 Gl of water from the ground. After that I need to wait around 1 hour to pump out another 20 Gl. Do you have continuously water? I am worrying in the Summer time that I would not have ehough water for my garden. What do you think? Thanks.
Debra Salt
Debra Salt 2 yıl önce
@matt Harvey Spot on! we bought a new one online 4 years ago and installed it.In my state they insist on a plumbers lic. for too many things so we got it from Amazon.Well, the tank will not store any more than a gallon at a time.We disconnected it and we did gain about 5 PSI.we need to drop the well another 100 feet since I believe we are in year 7 of the drought up in Mass.We now have to "load shed" the water.How lucky you are to be up in the UPI! Dropping the well is not an easy task because those plastic clips they put to stop slippage have gotten stuck and we are afraid to lose the well head that was replaced about 7 years ago.When we get adequate rainfall, Life is a lot better but with a garden & all we can only do a rain dance.2 days ago we got our first significant rain in years.Since the snowpack has been very minimal this impacts your well too.I remember regular rainfall was common in these parts.Many people re experiencing drought in the U.S. or their fields are under water as if we don't have enough to worry about.Enjoy the UPI this Summmer & Fall.Very useful video.
notsosilentmajority1 2 yıl önce
That was really amazing. We have become so out of touch with our heritage and old ways that it's great to see people getting back to basics and showing us that we don't need to be so reliant on industry to enjoy life. Well done, thanks for sharing.
Nonya Damnbusiness
Nonya Damnbusiness Yıl önce
This is funny.
Jacob Keyes
Jacob Keyes Yıl önce
Love your channel brother, I have watched all your stuff! Having successfully completed this task myself in Manitowish Waters, WI I will share some of my lessons learned. 1.) I had water at 5 feet but I still used 4x 5' sections plus the point. The water flows great and is very clean. 2.) We rented an electric jackhammer with a 3" cup attachment. It was only $80 for the day and made this job so easy. 3.) Used 18" cheater bars on the 18" pipe wrenches to get the couplers extremely tight. 4.) stay away from the last thread on the pipe with the dope otherwise you will taste it I'm told. Also, clean out the inside of the point and pipes with dish soap before you drive them. I used a 1.25" pipe brush on a section of 1" pvc pipe as my scrubber. 5.) I used 12" section of pipe to drive on; it had a nice mushroom top by the time we were done. I had a drive cap on it at first but that quickly broke the threads on my 12" section. I didn't have enough couplers to sacrifice one. 6.) We cut a hole in the cabin floor and ran the pipe right down below the utility room. It will be boxed out in the crawl space and heated to prevent freezing.
Therese walters
Therese walters 5 aylar önce
In Wisconsin myself. Where to find land? Any suggestions?
You can't handle the truth!
You can't handle the truth! Yıl önce
Thanks for the video! Hopefully we will be doing this near our cattle pasture sometime soon. Finally started watching season 4 of Alone...I think y'all are on day 38. Very impressed with how well you two have done so far in the show. Y'all are definitely blessed, focused and have your priorities where they belong. God speed.
Bubba Henson
Bubba Henson Yıl önce
Just want to say - your instructions and tips on this are super clear, easy to understand and follow. Same with your recent camp build. Well done, dude. I will def be checking out all your vids.
Killian lennon
Killian lennon 2 yıl önce
These are actually useful videos for anyone who likes it and everyone who wants to live it 👍
John Rollins
John Rollins 2 yıl önce
100 percent agree!
wildhillbilly5 Yıl önce
I just wanted to say thank you for all your work and information. I've learned a lot didn't even know the drive well existed we bought a small place in east Texas not being off grid but definitely want a back up would be a great addition in hurricane season and also the snow ice we get every few years. Keep it up its awesome.
Yvonne R
Yvonne R Yıl önce
Hi! I just discovered your channel and am really enjoying your content and all I can learn here. I’m wondering a couple things about your well: Can this be used in winter? Will the pipe freeze and split?
Jim Rowland
Jim Rowland 2 yıl önce
That brings back memories from when I was a kid. In the 70s I think every well in the neighborhood was put in that way. I got to participate in several and there was always one of the senior residents bringing over the tools and giving the planning advice. Always a good idea to have a water test done just to make sure you didn't hit a pocket of something not so good for you. Nice video and thanks for sharing the experience.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on. Thanks Jim
Dave Patti
Dave Patti Yıl önce
Just started watching your channel. I'm so jealous of your soil, lots of rocks and clay here in my part of Upstate NY. Wells were always "drilled" with a truck mounted pounder, now today rotary drills are the norm. I actually worked as a mechanic many years ago on drilling and mining equipment, rock drills and the diesel compressors that run them. In places where there is shale underground, it was not uncommon for the drill steel to catch the grain of shale sheets, cause the drill steel to bend in the hole, and break. Cut off with a torch and abandon. If it was a blast face you might get the steel back out for scrap. I have a few stories of drilled blast holes did enter an aquifer underground, and the blasts did pop a few nearby wells, true story! You and your wife work so well together!
Larry Manns
Larry Manns Yıl önce
This is so awesome! The terrain in my area is probably too rocky to do it like you guys did but I bet I could put something like this together back home in Kansas
Ahhh Yıl önce
Thanks so much for all your tutorials, Guys! Gotta give kudos and props to Brooke for doing a man's backbreaking job. It seems she has no stops at trying and succeeding at whatever comes her way. Impressive, and a huge inspiration to me!!!
Games That Matter
Games That Matter Yıl önce
she will get hurt if she tries to do a mans job
Jim Mascaro
Jim Mascaro Yıl önce
Be great to see a follow up on how you finish this out. Thank you. Really enjoyed watching how this is done. Love the inegnuity!
Paul Tu
Paul Tu Yıl önce
Stumbled upon Brooke and your channels a couple of days ago. You two have great chemistry and make awesome videos. I have learned a lot. Thank you!
Sabra Duffiney
Sabra Duffiney 2 yıl önce
This is the exact same setup we have at our off grid cabin in Luther! Thanks for the video, guys! This really helps us for when we drive our second well for the garden! You two are the best! Also, happy belated Father’s Day, Dave!
Billy Goat
Billy Goat Yıl önce
My grandfather and great grandfather used this exact method according to my father 66 years ago on the family farm near Thomastown Ireland 🇮🇪 and to this day pulls water with all original equipment. Well done!
Our Little Homestead
Our Little Homestead 8 aylar önce
We just started digging our well too and let me tell you,it’s hard work. Great video 😊.
Nat Uralist
Nat Uralist 2 yıl önce
That went so smoothly, once you got the "parts" ;¬) You and Brooke achieve so much in short periods of time - love watching you both
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thank you so much!!
Our Simple Life
Our Simple Life 2 yıl önce
This video is amazing!! My hubby and I just bought our off grid property across the lake from the UP in MN! Lol we've been reading and learning about how to put in our own well at the property, and this video has been an amazing visual to what we've been reading! ❤ You and Brooke are an inspiration to us.
SkillCult Yıl önce
That's great. I'm just about to do this myself. Good to see you guys doing well on YT.
Joe Sharp
Joe Sharp 2 yıl önce
When I was growing up in the late 50's early 60's, until we moved when I was six or so, we had a very similar hand pump next to our kitchen sink. It was our only source of water on the property. Outhouse of course, and bathing was done with water heated on the stove and poured into a galvanized tub. If you are in the right geography, a sandpoint is a great way to get a constant water supply, however keep it away from outhouses and sewer leach lines for safety. We always used a step ladder and sledge hammer to drive the pipe. I like the driver that your friend Scott had made. A very purpose built tool and worked well. Never dug a hole ahead of time to start a sandpoint though I understand why you needed to. You both have fun up there, its looking very good... Joe
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Joe....
Long John
Long John 2 yıl önce
Reminds me of hauling water at different camp sites in Montana as a kid. I wonder if a guy could still find one of those huge pumps they used, haven't seen one in years. Good stuff as always :-)
Anita K aka Ilovepink1977
Anita K aka Ilovepink1977 2 yıl önce
How exciting that you have water on your property! Love Brooke's smile at the end!
Janky Shack
Janky Shack Yıl önce
Nice! I just did a well in my back yard too! I used water to drill it and used a PVC pipe.
GF Founder
GF Founder 3 saatler önce
Hey bro, great project, congrats!! We're in Michigan too. What precautions do you take for winter freezing? I would like to have a functional pump throughout our cold weather. All my best!
I gotta go.
I gotta go. 2 yıl önce
Thank you, Dave, for teaching me something that I just learned, that's very interesting!!! Be safe and God bless you and your wife, much peace, love and respect to you and you're better half.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
hardenfivegh Yıl önce
That’s awesome! Did you add anything to the hand pump/pipe to prevent the wiggle when pumping?
Tammy 4him
Tammy 4him 2 yıl önce
Brook is a beast!! My hero!! I love seeing y’all work together, thanks for sharing!
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
No doubt! Thanks
Alaskan Ken
Alaskan Ken Yıl önce
Great video. I didn't know that you could do it this way. Where I live I bet that I would hit a big river rock every 6" . Thankfully we where able to have a well drilled years ago.
Reel500 2 yıl önce
We lived in the highland and the old way was digging a well the diameter is 1 meter. Our well was 25 meters deep. It gave me nightmare just look down into it, so deep. But the water was so fresh and cold. My father made a metal screen with an opening big enough for the bucket, that helped preventing us from fall into it. During the dry season we have to wind the 4 gallon bucket to retrieve the water and it was hard work. It took two persons to do it because we were young and because the long distance from the bottom. It took an hour to get a 55 gallon drum to be filled. And after 10 buckets it felt like eternity and you are out of breath half way. Few years later my friend and his brother digging their own well and i had a chance to go down to the bottom. It was about 12 meters and they had a long way to reach water. It was a very scary feeling when you down there by yourself, the earth smell, the darkness, the cold black earth wrapping your whole being.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Wow, that would make an amazing video to go down a well. I can only imagine what its like but THAT would be an epic video
Gerald Qualls
Gerald Qualls Yıl önce
I noticed the pipe was moving a lot when you first started driving it and you had to keep it level. To avoid this take 2 2x4x8ft cut in half making a x screw together drill 1 1/2 pilot hole in center of x then center over hole and anchor with 2ft peices of Reed bar or rod at the ends. Once pipe is started level drive to desired depth then slide x over last pipe attach pump and done deal. Great video tkx
Archie Burson
Archie Burson 2 yıl önce
I've noticed how Brook always pitches in and works just like you do. She doesn't let it stop her and she seems to enjoy working with you. You got a good one there Dave!!
Forgiven and Blessed
Forgiven and Blessed Yıl önce
They are the epitome of a good martial partnership. Brooke does it all!
zach burnett
zach burnett Yıl önce
@Bushradical I am actually purchasing land on the upper peninsula and am wondering where I could find an experienced guy like the one that helped you. Any suggestions would be awesome.
steve clark
steve clark 2 yıl önce
I just put in a well here in SC 4 months ago by myself. I wish I had a big driver like yours. I used a fence driver and it took 25 licks per inch for most of the depth. It took several days. I went down 20ft plus the point.The result was worth it. I just got the test report back and it is very good pure water. Thanks for the video.
steve clark
steve clark Yıl önce
@Name: N Tatic It will probably pump 5 gallons a minute for as long as you can pump the handle.
Name: N Tatic
Name: N Tatic Yıl önce
How much water can you pump continuously?
Bradley George
Bradley George Yıl önce
Amazing that I never knew this could be done just any place on land
Social Dilemma
Social Dilemma Yıl önce
I've watched a plethora of hand pump well construction and hands down this is the best one I've watched. Thank you!
TheMotorPsych Yıl önce
Awesome! Great video; and really like how you two (husband & wife) work together. God bless
Shaun Jackson
Shaun Jackson 2 yıl önce
You're an inspiration Bud keep living your best life. Thanks for the hard work put into the videos
David DeChambeau
David DeChambeau Yıl önce
Another awesome and very informative video. I really like the attitude you have where you can do anything you need to do yourself with a bit of hard work and some ingenuity. Brooke is a badass too! Thanks!
castleprotection Yıl önce
Great video, I have not seen many that take on this issue and found this fascinating. Great work.
goatsrgreat Yıl önce
Hey guys, love your videos. We are looking to live off grid in the UP. Any recommendations on where we should consider? Which counties are more friendly towards off grid living? Thanks guys!!!!
Joseph D'Angelo
Joseph D'Angelo 2 yıl önce
Actually there's another way to do it if you have access to a barrel of water and a small pump using PVC as a casing I have done Wells down in Florida like that screen point and with trees around you are definitely use a pulley system to drop that hammer. Using a casing system gives you more water for your well also on you can always put an electric pump on it afterwards by using solar or whatever but great job guys great job as always
Far North Bushcraft And Survival
Far North Bushcraft And Survival 2 yıl önce
That seemed to go quite easily. Seems to be a soil that is well suited for sandpoint use. Awesome
Brent Johannsen
Brent Johannsen 2 aylar önce
@Jay saw someone else mention if the top can freeze overnight and crack the pump which does make sense so most people remove the pump over winter. If you need to use in the winter you screw pump on prime and pump needed water and take pump off letting water fall down the pipe again to where it won't freeze.
Jay 2 aylar önce
@Brent Johannsen Awesome man, thanks so much for getting back to me. cheers and best wishes for you and yours.
Brent Johannsen
Brent Johannsen 2 aylar önce
@Jay A lot of insulation around the pipe and make sure to pump it regularly, the water in the ground for you is about 45 to 50 degrees (depending on how far up north in the north east you are) so as long as it's well insulated and cycled with new warmish water it shouldn't freeze.
Jay 9 aylar önce
@Bushradical I was thinking of doing the same on my land, I am in the northeast and just wondering how I would keep it from freezing in the winter months?
onecrazywheel Yıl önce
@Rj Besonen ?
Off Grid In The Pacific North West
Off Grid In The Pacific North West Yıl önce
I just love your videos. I am going to install a pitcher pump next week for another pastor. We just put our well in at the new homestead a couple weeks ago. We got 50 gallons a minuet at 270 feet down. The static water is at 180. It will have a small 1/2 HP pump because we are off grid and our solar system is only 5000 watts. Our homeplace has 5 springs and gravity feed but we are being sent out as missionaries to a poor and repressed area. The Lord has opened the door to the indigenous people of The Klamath Tribe. We are very excited about the move and the ministry. I looked for pitcher pumps and you popped up. Love your content and easygoing teaching style. May the Lord Bless your well in Jesus name!
Jackie Smith
Jackie Smith Yıl önce
Thanks for this video, was very helpful and nice to see you two working hard together
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad it was helpful!
rex woodcutter
rex woodcutter Yıl önce
Great vid! Seems easy enough to stick one in where you need it! Kinda surprised no check valve needed to maintain a prime?
Lynn Campbell
Lynn Campbell Yıl önce
Thanks so much for showing us this! I have been looking for ways we ourselves could put in a small hand pump. I have seen many videos, but this was absolutely the best for simplicity and time!
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad it was helpful!
Dirt Road Sailing
Dirt Road Sailing 2 yıl önce
This brought back memories. I helped my father pound a well just like this almost 50 years ago. The only difference was the "pounder from hell" was over the pipe instead of inside it. We went down 66 feet and every inch was hell. Thanks!
David Chadwell
David Chadwell 4 aylar önce
@M E Deep wells don't use suction, they push water up from the bottom so they can pump water up hundreds of feet.
M E 8 aylar önce
It's physically impossible to pull up water 66 feet
Fred Flintstone
Fred Flintstone 2 yıl önce
that's exactly how I imagine a job like this to be.... I'd be incredibly lucky to get this on the first try and not hit rock or roots. This is the kind of job that looks easy and is easy in theory, but the Earth and the available water-table have countless variables that could make sinking a well impossible or cause significant setbacks .
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
lacnibor Yıl önce
Thanks For all the informative videos. A couple questions on this subject. My land is in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, BTW. 1)what do you do in the winter? Is it just so deep that it’s not an issue? 2)if you do hit rock do you just yank that pipe back out or start over with a new one?
Chris Berbatiotis
Chris Berbatiotis 2 yıl önce
Really enjoyed your video.. Learned a lot from your information.. As a future homesteader ,found this most informative. Thank you so much for your efforts.. Be safe.
UK Export Records
UK Export Records 2 yıl önce
Excellent informative video Dave, thanks. I want to do this in my woodland based in a valley in SE England in the UK, but am struggling to find the sand spike and piping online. Can you recommend a good supplier? Also would it be possible to drive a well like this in chalky/flinty soil?
UK Export Records
UK Export Records 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical Cheers, I'm looking at using an auger with extension poles, appreciate the reply :)
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Its just for sand. I dont know what you would need there
AllTrueIsHim 2 yıl önce
Really cool to see this done, thanks for sharing the experience : )
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
duncansbuddy 2 yıl önce
As usual, great vid Dave.. You're really articulate and thoughtful in explaining things. I like to think it's a combo of a born ability and a lifelong drive that's given you the experience to make great vids. A hundred thousand subs is coming, SOON.! For any new comers, go back and follow this man's journey. I'm still working on it and in doing so, have enjoyed every minute..
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thank you kindly! Its great to hear when someone likes your material. I appreciate it
Jen Jen 4 JESUS
Jen Jen 4 JESUS Yıl önce
This is the first video I've seen using a pipe driver... very cool!!! Looks like a grounding rod/fence poll driver that was modified- very good IDEA!!!
Dylan Halacy
Dylan Halacy 11 aylar önce
Thank you for this and all the other videos of yours that I've seen. Can you give your insight on how we find out if the water from a new well is drinkable?
armedmariner Yıl önce
Tremendously satisfying video. Thank you. I learned a lot.
James Horrocks
James Horrocks 2 yıl önce
You need to seal the casing with bentonite. Surface contamination can get into the water below.
Dr Beth the Turtle Woman
Dr Beth the Turtle Woman 2 yıl önce
I loved this vlog. I remember using that technique to drive in fence posts
Fresh Jersey Prepper
Fresh Jersey Prepper 2 aylar önce
Awesome job, guys!!! I believe a hand pump to be the most essential necessity in these days. Thank you for sharing!!! Yah Bless!!!
Felix Gregorcyk
Felix Gregorcyk Yıl önce
That was amazing. I had to have my well dug as the aquafir is so, and it's an agricultural well.
Sally in CT
Sally in CT Yıl önce
GREAT vid!!! So helpful!! Would like to try it for my garden... would I need to build some sort of insulated box around it for the winter??
Wysiwyg101 2 yıl önce
That was truly awesome to watch. Y'alldid a great job doing the work and an even better one explaining it in a very easy step by step process. I've got a couple of questions for you though. How were you guided to that spot thinking there would be water down there? Also, in the next video could you update us on the water test and also show us the hopefully by now clear well water? The results of all that hard work and effort would be pretty neat to see I would think.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
maybe in the future
North Bound Gypsy
North Bound Gypsy 9 aylar önce
I love your wife , she is so inspiring for women! I watch her and learn so many things ! Could you guys do a q&a for learning ? Thanks so much for what you do. God bless you all your land is absolutely amazing
Deep South Homestead
Deep South Homestead 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the tutorial. We just built our off grid cabin and was thinking about putting in a hand drive well. We're a lot older so I'm looking at ways to drive the well pipe.
Ph moe
Ph moe 11 aylar önce
Use the wash in system.
You can't handle the truth!
You can't handle the truth! Yıl önce
Deep South Homestead: if y'all are in Bama I will help you!
The Southern Lady
The Southern Lady Yıl önce
@CBH that is a very good idea. He put a fence post in like that recently.
Transexual attentionseeking unicorn wgewgw
Transexual attentionseeking unicorn wgewgw Yıl önce
Very late reply but why not use pulleys? double the amount of "hits/strikes" you have to make, but in exchange for more force per hit?
Richard Marquez
Richard Marquez Yıl önce
BrokenWishbone you just smoke weed?
Live Life
Live Life 2 yıl önce
Excellent video. A straight forward explanation. Fresh water, new outhouse, you won't know yourselves.
OA 2 yıl önce
Not sure why but they did put smile on my face when I saw water. Wow amazing I hope you guys will enjoy that for many many years to come
Scott T
Scott T 2 yıl önce
Hey Dave thank you for the video I enjoyed it and I'm going to do the same thing eventually when I do get my land to and as you know there's plenty of different ways to dig a well I think that worked out pretty good there but I seen people use PBC the same size on TRpost so I'm going to go with that because at least that will not rot but good luck there with that
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Best of luck!
Sally Silva
Sally Silva 2 yıl önce
That was awesome. 👍 I am a well drillers daughter. So my question for you is... Did you witch the well to decide where you were going to put it? We always took out the divining rod that tugged downward at the water veins as we'd walk across the property. Brooke was beaming, it's great to know how to dig your own well.
Sally Silva
Sally Silva 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical ahhh! 👍
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Hey Sally....We didnt need to witch the well...we're basically in a swamp, so there is water everywhere
Dashbshots 2 yıl önce
Good info. I always wondered how to do it since I found a well tip that was left in our last home's garage. I still have it. I was thinking about adding something like a Simple Pump to our current well.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on let me know how it goes
mick duncan
mick duncan Yıl önce
Nice!! So let me ask a couple of silly questions if i may - Can you pretty much find water anywhere if you go deep enough, and will it always gush out like that? Cheers
Simon Cameron
Simon Cameron Yıl önce
Already drove a couple of sandpoints, but this was recommended and it is good content. Good luck guys
Serghei Strajascu
Serghei Strajascu Yıl önce
Another awesome video.. I think I was as excited and as happy as you were when I saw the water running:)
Ronald Bradley
Ronald Bradley 2 yıl önce
Reminds me when we drove the well for my uncle's camp in the the Upper Peninsula. We drove the well then built the cabin around it.
Cragified 2 yıl önce
My mother grew up in a farm hand house that had that too. The kitchen sink faucet was a hand pump on a well that had been driven in before the house was built.
Mike Sanders
Mike Sanders 2 yıl önce
My land (&I) needs a lady like Jill. Our 1st project should be a well. ( Regardless of the three already down). Blessings you two
7thSon Productions
7thSon Productions Yıl önce
I've watched this video a few times because I want to attempt to hand drill a well at my small house in the woods but I never heard you say how you guys decided where to start drilling for water and is that a typical depth for water in your area??
odbo Yıl önce
When my dad drilled, he made a homemade jig that's plum and it would guide pipes plum into the ground while he pounds on them. If I remember correctly he drove a few pipes in until he stopped using the jig. However, when we moved to the mountains, he had to hire a professional driller because of depth, rocks and such. I was ten when all this happened, feels like yesterday. Good times.
Stephen Cullum
Stephen Cullum 2 yıl önce
I have drill shallow wells like this before and also jet wells down. It takes work but it is not that complicated provided the water seam is not deep.
John Rollins
John Rollins 2 yıl önce
Best husband and wife duo hands down! Happy belated Father's Day Dave!
Jaded 2 yıl önce
Breeding is what animals do.
Wolverine Morning Coffee
Wolverine Morning Coffee 2 yıl önce
Doing this exact thing in a month or so. Very helpful video. I'm in northern Michigan also!
Jane Evans
Jane Evans 2 yıl önce
Deffintly best duo I've ever encountered! It's all about B&B (Brooke & Bushy) 🤣 your almost on a hundred thousand yourself 🙌 another cake called for 👍 awesome couple, stay safe guys Jane & puppa Charlie from the UK.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Jim you too
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
thank you!
Sterlinghawk_G Yıl önce
Thank you Bushradical for posting this! I learned alot. The whole time I too was wondering if a fence post driver would work. I am a small woman 5’3 and when I have had to use the fence post driver on 8ft posts, my limit is 10 slams and every swearword known to man kind. I do see the difference between post drivers from your video and Thank you to your friend - I learned alot from his knowledge too.
Bushradical Yıl önce
Bluecade Blucade
Bluecade Blucade 2 yıl önce
What a fantastic video! Informative, concise and entertaining, thank you for sharing your journey and knowledge.
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad it was helpful!
HG Don - Home Is Where Trees Are -
HG Don - Home Is Where Trees Are - 2 yıl önce
This is so cool. I always want to do. Water and energy , that’s what we need the most. 👍
shallow well drilling with water hose for a hand pump
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