New Homestead (Transcript)

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All right folks with the download button of survivalist podcast

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So folks you can hit all of our old shows at survivalist

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So folks we’ve been we’ve been away for a while about six months or so a lot going on

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just in general with everything and

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Kind of had to take a little little step away from the podcast

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But I am back now as well hopefully as back as as long as I can for the foreseeable future anyway

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Unless something happens, but tons of stuff going on. I’ll give you guys a little update

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so my wife and I

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We were living

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morning towards the the city area more towards the the Philadelphia area and

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my wife and I made a decision as a husband a wife to go ahead and

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kind of

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You know move move a little more into the you know a back kind of where do I used to live more to the you?

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Know the rural area and stuff like that

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And we bought a old

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Not with a little bit of land maybe about an acre and a half almost two acres

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And we’ve had that and when we bought it. We got it really cheap in a foreclosure

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I’ve interested like I said about real estate. I actually think I believe actually did an earlier podcast on real estate not too long ago

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And we went ahead we bought that and that that was about five months or so we were working on that

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you know almost every night after work and on the weekends and

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all that kind of stuff so we were working on that and

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Between that pretty much took up the last almost five months getting that all done when I say it was in rough shape

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I mean real bad shape

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Really bad shape you know no plumbing. You know the very next to no electric

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You know just constantly need tons of work inside and out so

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Like I said it’s all farmers so it needs a lot more work to go

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I’ll probably be in another year year or half will be working on it

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but so that was that and we went ahead and we spent most of the

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You know we spent most of the last couple months doing that through the holidays and all that so we’ve been off for a while

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And I’m kind of mean to get back to this now my wife and I are kind of settling back into the house

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You know it’s I want to get back to doing the podcast talking about all things. You know prepper survival

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All that kind of stuff

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And you know it’s good to good to be kind of you know back to doing what I enjoy doing

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But I feel bad that we’re off for a while. You know we have tons of people that follow us on iTunes and

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And Stitcher and some of that they were like well. I haven’t seen you on everything okay, you know

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I explained our situation you guys are great

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You know everybody lessons a great group of fans, and I appreciate everybody being concerned about you know my health and well-being

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And maybe thinking something was wrong, but I know everything is

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Everything’s fine. Just you know my wife, and I made a big decision

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As a couple that what we wanted to do and you know we wanted to get a little place a little more a little more rural

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You know we still have neighbors though that but there’s enough space between us and the next person so you know we’re happy about that

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But you know we’ve made the decision to to get this old farmhouse

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We were looking at some other homes and my wife, and I thought this was a good

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You know really we got it so cheap. It was worth worth the putting the work into it and all that and

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You know we both like I said we wanted to start kind of doing some homesteading and things like that

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So this was a perfect perfect pick for us as a husband a wife and as a family

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We made the decision school districts are very good as well for our daughter

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She really is enjoying the school district and getting a good education all that so that’s you know very important as well, so

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We’re still in the Poconos, but there was on the mountain. That’s just it was on, Pennsylvania

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But we’re more in the Poconos now like I said in an older farmhouse that we fixed up very beautiful

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We’re really enjoying it and that house is great those of you that we keeping up to date on these things

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You know a lot of you guys

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You know we’ve been keeping up on what’s going on with it, and I do appreciate that

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All the juice of other things folks I did since I did take some time away those people have asked could I possibly

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You know take some time and update the website you know before and after picture stuff that we’ve done and things like that

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I’m gonna go ahead and do that as well, so we’ll go ahead and

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Eventually, I’ll throw some pictures up on the website and things like that

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We can kind of show you what we’ve been doing and stuff like that

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So some of the things too we did you know with moving and stuff like that

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One of the things I wanted to do since we moved you know the very tight area

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We didn’t have a lot of room for storage and for you know prep supplies of that so

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This house we have a bunch of big pantries in the kitchen and some of that

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We’ve been filling the pantries up little by little with supplies and things like that so that we’re you know

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We have plenty of plenty of plant canned goods and things like that so that’s one of the reasons why I moved well

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We needed more room for storage and things like that

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Also, I don’t like this ought to being on top of everybody in the town every knowing your business and all that so like

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I said, it’s a lot nicer, but you know we’re working on you know

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Filling up our you know our compartments and stuff like that and our little

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You know all of our pantries and all of our storage areas with things to you know

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To kind of more more or less. You know be prepared and ready, so we’ve been working on that

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It’s one of these I want to point out to folks when you do move

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You know when you go through everything people say all the time well well

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You know I you know I want to spend a few hundred dollars to pack the shelves

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You don’t have to necessarily buy all you know get a bunch of stuff all at one time. You know take your time

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And you know you know it doesn’t you know every day you go grocery

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She had every time you go shopping instead of getting one can get two and you know you quickly you can fill up your supplies

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Over over time you have to be necessary tomorrow, but it can be over time so that’s what we’ve been doing slowly

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I’ve been every time we go shopping

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I buy an extra bag of this extra box of that extra can of this and

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We’ve been packing the shelves so we should be hopefully by the end of the year my plan is to be very well stocked

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So we’re working on that

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Also, too. It was nice with this house folks the old house. I really didn’t have an area to garage or anything

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This new house now. I have a little workshop. I have a small garage for storing materials and some of that projects

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I’m working on the house things like that which I didn’t have before

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So that was another big big decision. We made to go ahead and do that

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We did that also to folks we also have some other also to with the new house. We also have

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There’s a there’s a there was some extra supplies. We have left over some of the work

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We did so actually went ahead and built a chicken coop and hopefully this week

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we’re gonna have our chickens are gonna be showing up and

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Hopefully we’ll meet getting up making our role

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You know having our own egg production and all that kind of stuff start saving money that way so we have our chicks coming

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we got

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We got from a farm and there’s a four of I’m gonna have four females right now

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You know four chickens, and you know we should be able to at least get the if they say each the chickens

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Leave about an egg a day, so I figure out four chickens

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We should have more than enough eggs for myself and most of my family

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So we have chicken we’re gonna have chickens now as well

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And we’ve been talking about maybe getting a goat or a pig or something like that, too

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But you know one step at a time you know Rome wasn’t built in a day and obviously the homestead isn’t gonna be built in

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a day either

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Some of the other things changes we made to cut back on our bills. We dropped cable

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We don’t have cable TV anymore all we use is the internet

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So our bill is much cheaper than what it used to be so I went ahead and we cut cable and all we have now

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Is internet we have Google TV?

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Just a couple other things you know just really nothing you know YouTube and and that’s about all we do you know YouTube between YouTube TV

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And just regular YouTube we have about all television. We need to watch. I’m not I don’t really watch a lot of TV

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So for me, you know it’s fine. Just to you know just to put on something to watch that’s good enough for me

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So we’ve been you know like I said we don’t really have

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Cable TV so but that’s alright, but we did that to kind of cut back on the expenses, too

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What I went to actually was saying when we turn on the internet. Oh, we totally we just wanted internet

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We didn’t want cable TV, and she’s like yeah a lot of people are doing that

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Although that was kind of humorous, so I went ahead and did that as well

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Let’s see any other things we have going on in the news

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Well not in the news, but any news we have anything else that’s changed

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Let’s see well actually say it’s the interesting thing too since we kind of kind of work from since I work a lot from home

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Now my wife does as well

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You know we both got offices now

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She’s got her little office, and I have my office here as well so at least now

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We have two separate offices now, so we can the old house

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We were pretty tight and we’re kind of on top of each other, but now we left plenty of room

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We have an extra bedroom

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Guest bedroom, and I’d say like I said we’re working on we have one bathroom downstairs working on maybe getting this somewhere

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I want to put a second bathroom upstairs. We have one upstairs one downstairs, so we’re working on all that

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But like I said Rome wasn’t built in a day. It’s gonna take time, but at least we’re getting the homestead up and operating

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Here, but like I said, it’s all farmhouse. It’s very gorgeous. You know old wood floors, and you know sheetrock and

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You know it’s all well insulated new window. I just put in new windows over the last couple months

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We got rid of all the old windows put in old vinyl replacement windows try to help with the heat

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You know conserve heat

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Put in a new heating system

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Propane and all that that’s working out really well for us

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We’re saving quite a bit of money with that I went with a gas stove instead of an electric stove

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So this way no matter whatever happens even though we lose electric we can still cook

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So we went ahead with the gas stove this time

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We’ve usually always had electric, but I want I wanted to go gas this time

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So we went with a gas stove when we when I put in the kitchen for my wife

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We went ahead and and did that like I said we’re using propane right now, but

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You know that seems to be working pretty well for us putting new propane firms over there. No central air just yet

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That little modern convenience has not been added yet

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I’m hoping to get a hoping to maybe go on

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But I found folks if you go to Home Depot and Lowe’s over that you pay a premium for air conditioning units

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I went on eBay and found that you can actually get one drop-shift to you actually on the pallet

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And then go ahead and hook up the central air, so I didn’t do that just yet

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But that’s something I’m gonna be hopefully working on before it gets too hot here

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We had a couple of hot days this past week, but I’m hoping actually to go ahead and get that done soon

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Haven’t gotten my level guys to that they listen to the show

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Asked about my ham radio stuff. I haven’t exactly at the time to get my ham radio rig up and running yet

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We just moved in about maybe two months ago and with everything going on having that time

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I want to eventually get my antennas outside and hook up my rig

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I do have my rig here, but I have to hook it up to the antenna. I didn’t do that yet

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I’m gonna hopefully the next month or so get get my rig set up. I’m working on every day

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I see every day if I can I’ll have a little project. I try to do it every night

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So we’ll see what happens, but I hopefully I hope and have that done really soon now my chickens and stuff showing up

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You know hopefully I’ll get it made it take up a little more more time, but hopefully we’ll get we’ll get that taken care of

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I do any of my rig up in case I want to talk to some of my friends on the radio

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We’re working on that of those you guys that do listen. It’s KB 3y ua

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I was my call sign if you want to go ahead and look me up

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So so we’ve had we have that going on we’ve had plenty of that you know keep running my business and you know

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And then doing the house there hasn’t been much time for podcasting or doing any of that

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So I want to try to get hopefully get back into the podcasting bit gig

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Hopefully you know trying to get

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Trying to get that all taken care of is you know it’s been a slow process

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I’m not gonna lie trying to get the podcast done

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You know trying to you know get the house done on nights and weekends

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And then to trying to run my business, and then there wasn’t and then you know family its life

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There wasn’t much time to do any type of podcasting

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But I don’t like I said we’ve got it

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We’re starting to skip back in our groove here so hoping to you know get back into these things now that I’ve got a little

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more time

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So we got the chickens coming up like I said I was talking about that

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We do have we do have chickens coming this week

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Chicks I shouldn’t say chickens chicks, and I’m gonna have their only they just hatched

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So they’re gonna have to be inside for for for eight weeks, so we’re working on that

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I got a little time to get my chicken coop together, but I’ve kind of already started building it

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What I’m gonna go ahead and do I want to get an enclosed area for them

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I could put them at night, so they’re safe from any predators

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And then at night

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I’m gonna have a fenced in area where they can walk around and all that so they can graze and all that so

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I’m working on that my wife actually you know and my mom’s a president of two

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She lives very close now knows quite a bit about chickens, and I had a raised chicken

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So I’m really hoping I know a lot

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But I think my mom actually does a lot more than I expected so I’m hoping she could go ahead and and help us out with

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Getting all that set up the other thing. I’m trying to do two folks

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And since we got the chickens and all that coming I got the feed I gotta get I gotta get that tomorrow actually

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I’m actually making sure I got that before they show up. They’re supposed to show the farmer say drop them off Wednesday or Thursday

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I got I got what they call cinnamon hens

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I got girls actually

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Three girls actually I think that should be enough eggs for all of us, but I got three cinnamon hens so

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Should be able to you know they produce things at about an egg a day

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So I should have you know we should have more than my wife, and I should have more than enough eggs, so

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Like I said we got three chickens now. I didn’t get her I didn’t get a rooster yet

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I know they say you want to you know sometimes you want to go ahead and have a rooster and get fertilized eggs get more

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Chicks, I don’t know for that point just yet. I may get a rooster

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Hopefully you know within the next

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Maybe the next couple months, but right now that I feel let’s just get the girls there get them laying and you know go from there

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That’s my plan with that anyway

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Like I said we do eventually like I said want to get some more animals farm animals

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We have the space you know it’s a nice like I said we’re on about a about an acre

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Maybe a little maybe you know maybe a little more

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But about an acre and a half maybe a little more

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But you know want to start you know you start slow, and you know go from there

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And I definitely want to get my want to get the chickens going they’re gonna take about eight weeks

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But they can be outside and start laying so I’ll get going with that

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The reason I went to cinnamon the cinnamon hens is because the what I found was a couple ones

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I was a couple of birds. I was looking at him

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We’re a little bit aggressive and with a nine-year-old

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They’re just gonna pick him up and touch him and I was afraid that we’d have you know problem

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so rather than you know deal with that I

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Decided to go ahead and and get these these are a lot more docile. These are a lot more

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You know they’re a little friendlier and stuff like that so I decided to go with them some of the white legs

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They’re a little bit aggressive and with a small child. I was a little afraid so we started to go with these

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I they lay brown eggs, which doesn’t matter brown or white doesn’t matter to me eggs eggs, so we’re actually talking my wife

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I’m actually getting ducks as well, but the problem is

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With the lit with the water freezing and stuff like that. You know we have pretty tough winters here

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I was afraid we were gonna lose one of them so what I decided to do is

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To go ahead and instead of getting ducks we’re gonna let you know we’re gonna hang back in the ducks well

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I love duck eggs. They taste amazing

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But I was just a little afraid that you know what with the ducks and and all that

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Concerned me so I figured since we don’t have a great water, and I was afraid something what happened to them

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I decided to just say you know let’s just let’s just hold off. We’ll just get the chickens for now

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My newt my neighbor that’s across street. That’s got quite a ways for us. He’s got chickens as well as most stuff

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So we’ll go from there, but like I said at least we have

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We’ve my wife’s kicking my wife’s been hitting me up to do a pot-bellied pig. I’m not sure if I’m I don’t know

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I want I want animals I can produce

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products that we can use to save money

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chickens obviously the egg production

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I’m thinking possibly doing the you know even like maybe like a goat or something like that

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For milk and stuff like that, but I don’t really I’m not sure about it. I’m not sure about a pot-bellied pig

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I was talking about raising them. Maybe it’s a slaughter, but my wife wasn’t is she’s on board with it

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But she’s she’s not she said let’s start with the chickens and go from there

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You know maybe a little side money for if she raises pigs then we can sell them for slaughter

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well, but we’ll see what happens with with that but

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We got time for that

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Some other things as well folks that we’ve been

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You know that we’ve been doing as well not only with the chickens and stuff like that but

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Some other things that we’ve been working on

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Obviously you know we kicked around we went with regular standard electric right now

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And I know we could probably

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You know we were talking about we already have a generator

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We’re talking about possibly you know going getting some solar panels

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We’ve been kicking that idea around

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But there’s just so much other work that we got to do in the house first before we start looking at that

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Obviously we got to put in

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You know

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We’ve been putting in the new windows. We’ve been insulated at some very important folks though for you that aren’t

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Overly familiar I want to be that one of the things you should definitely definitely do

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If you’re not is work if you didn’t have you build by a house or build a house

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You want to make sure you take the time to put the insulation in because you know insulation is expensive

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I know it is but let me tell you you could save yourself so much money by putting in good insulation into your home and

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As long as you keep the heat and the air conditioning and your heat and air bill won’t be much

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So that’s one of the things I strongly strongly recommend is you go ahead and get yourself spend the money

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and get yourself, you know the central heat and the central air and

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Then but before you do make sure you you know insulate around those windows if you have to take the moldings down around the windows

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Caulk put the pink insulation in spray foam whatever you need to do, you know spray around those windows

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There’s a lot of your heat’s gonna get lost out of your windows and doors

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You know, that’s really important too and the other thing too

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If you do have a door put on a swarm door outside

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That’ll keep the heat in there’s a lot of things you can do and if you have the old the old windows, by the way

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I do want to point this out folks. If you have the old windows and you can’t afford to change them

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They do you know cover them with plastic. I think a roll of plastic is a couple bucks

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Cover them with plastic and that’ll keep the heat in the in the cold

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Out maybe not maybe not totally but at least it’ll break the breeze and it will help

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I know myself in our garage. We were having a little problem and we decided to go ahead with

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You know, we went ahead and we would do put a door on there

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But then what we did was to we also since we don’t really go out that door

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But we will put plastic on top of the door to make it even better seal and it’s the room stayed pretty warm the whole

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Year, which is a very small heat source. So that’s something else

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Always trying to make sure because you know, you know money, you know, you know, I always start about time

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They always say where can I save money? Where can I cut then?

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They first they start looking at cutting, you know, where can they cut but you can’t cut your insurance

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Yeah, you can I mean you can cut back in your insurance other than that, but they only put in liability

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But I don’t really recommend that if you have a fairly newer car

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But what you know if you would say well I cut back on this I can cut back on that

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I said well the one place you can cut is you can wrap you can take a thing of plastic and spend the weekend

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Okay, putting taping or stapling

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Plastic around your window. So let’s say that you say oh, that’s a lot of work

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Well, I know it’s a lot of work. But you know what?

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Are you want to save money? That’s what you got to do

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You know if you want to save you want you and your wife, I’m gonna cut back on finances

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That’s that’s where you start right there

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You know and then the other thing to folks if you want to want to say about like I said do one thing plays you can

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Cut is cable

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Yeah, folks. I know you’re gonna say why you can cut back on the internet. You can cut back in television. It’s a luxury

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It’s not a necessity

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The other thing folks you can cut back on believe it or not

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And I’m gonna say is people are gonna jump down my throat when I say this

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But you know what one place you can’t put back is on air conditioning

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You can’t cut back. I mean you can cut back on your heat to a certain degree

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You can drop the heat down like 70 maybe even 68, but you got to be careful with your pipes

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Okay, and let me day folks. I’ve had a couple people that say well

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I cut back on my heat and I was like a busted pipe, so it wasn’t worth it

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Well, how much did you know you can’t go from being 80 down at 50?

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You know you have to you got to cut back conservatively

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You know if you can cut you know my wife, and I we leave the heat downstairs on 68

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Okay, and that keeps the whole house warm and my daughter. You know we put an extra blanket on the bed

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And that’s how we save money on electric

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You know my daughter

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You know where we where do we try to save we try to go ahead and save with?

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You know my daughter has school lunch now. I don’t know if you can say oh you can bring lunch

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It’s cheaper. I have to say folks one thing in Pennsylvania

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It’s not always cheaper for your kids to bring their lunch my daughter. I think it’s like a buck seventy

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Almost two bucks for lunch

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You couldn’t even buy the bread for two bucks so in her case. It’s worth it

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And there you know the nutritious meals, but one of the place you can’t cut back don’t go out to eat every day

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I never bring lunch because I don’t want to spend the money all right bring lunch every day because I don’t want to go out

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And spend the money okay, so you know very important don’t go out to eat every day

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That’s place you can cut you know you cut back on the air conditioning

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Don’t you know only use the air conditioning when it’s you know you know 75 80 you know don’t use it when it’s you know 65

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outside 70

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You know I mean, it’s you know

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There’s a lot of things you can do that that a lot of people don’t realize little things you can do to save money

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Especially with the heat you can cut back on heat you can not use the air conditioning okay?

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There’s not there’s like with the water. There’s not letting you can cut back you’re gonna need water

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You can’t live without it because I could take a shower every other day

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Well if you if you’re not gonna be in an office environment and people don’t care about maybe a little you know a little bo

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You could do that

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But the other thing I remember too folks is you’re not really saving a ton of money when you when you don’t use water

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If you have a well like my wife, and I have you will save some money, but not a lot

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The electric that takes to run a pump is so minimal

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Another thing folks you too like you know people say all time. I’ll work it I save money

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You can if you wanted to and I don’t recommend this

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but one of these you could do if you wanted to would turn off the coils of the

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Of your hot water tank your electric hot water tank you can turn off the coils if you know you’re gonna be gone over the weekend

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Flip the breaker off and let’s leave the coils off and then don’t turn it back on to you come home now

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You will have to wait an hour or so hot water, but that’s something you could do as well

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I don’t know if I particularly recommend that

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Yeah, you’re saving money, but

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You know it’s not gonna be the greatest thing for that water tank now

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They say you can do it and my uncle the plumber

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He said you can do it, but I don’t know if I I’ve read conflicting stories about that. That’s really up to you

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Another folks play the place you can a lot of things other the source cutting back on stuff goes folks

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One of the places we definitely cut back on was buying materials

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And when I say buy materials what I mean by that is folks when I you know if you go to Home Depot

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Oh, we’re doing this house. You know when I needed windows just recently you know if you go ahead and buy windows at you know

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$140 piece at Home Depot you’re gonna spend a fortune if you go online if I used to find used windows locally and go get

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Them and bring them back. You know you can get 20 30 $4 a window

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Where it’s been 140 so that’s what a place we really cut we got so we were getting doors for our house at $23 apiece

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Because we would find ones that we liked on Craigslist, and if you go drive and get them

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Yeah, I had to be careful look at you know if the doors 100

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But the doors 100 if it’s $100 for the door and the doors 100 hotels brand-new at Home Depot

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It isn’t worth running

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You know a half hour for them is to get it

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But if you can get a door for 20 bucks and the doors are three 400 all door in Home Depot

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Then you can actually you know that’s worth driving

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My wife is actually a very good price comparison so my dad what they do they’re both good at they find stuff online

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They like oh, we just say the furniture. We needed furniture hutches and all that my wife

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I find the stuff online then we just go get it

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Like I said we did the same thing with doors. We did the same thing with windows

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We’ve done it with many other building with supplies as well. I would recommend doing it with sheetrock and some of that

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But if you do but a paneling is put you know paneling you could do that if you find a paneling you like

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If some of that you could save money, but you want to save money like people say all the time well

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I can’t do my doors and windows because doors and windows are expensive well go ahead and find them online

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Oh, it may not be the window

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I want doesn’t matter if you can get it to the window cheap online

00:24:08.020 –> 00:24:12.540
And it’s worth it’s right down to say say you have a window around the corner from you you know 20 bucks for windows

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100 point oh no go down should get it may not be the window you love, but put it in it’ll definitely you know

00:24:17.100 –> 00:24:21.820
Save you money double home windows. They have a lot more heat than those single pane wood windows

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Definitely those are the first thing if you buy a house, and you want to conserve heat. That’s the first thing to go

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Pennsylvania here has the rap program and when you call up for the rap program

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Which is the thing they used to save heat that’s the first thing they do is replace the windows or put storm windows on them

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first thing they do

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So some other things folks you can do as well like I said to go ahead and save money

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When you go to home some of things that we found out little things when we’re doing the house

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You can actually go ahead like the plastic molding if you get plastic molding versus wood welding attack

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versus wood molding cat the price

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Little thing I didn’t know that and you know what a lot of times people won’t even know the difference

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No, that’s the place you can save money right there

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No place you can go ahead and save money folks one of things that we found carpet if you go if you go to

00:25:07.940 –> 00:25:12.060
Go to a carpet place and buy carpet and have them late. You’re gonna spend a fortune go ahead buy the carpet

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Okay, go ahead buy the carpet off the roll the back you spend you know

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You know 20, but you know depend a couple seats like think 70 cents per square

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You know buy that wrap it up put in your truck bring it home unroll it stretch it hammer it down on

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The tax boards and you’re done. Okay. It may be a day. It may be a couple hours worth of work for you

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But you’ll save a fortune in

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Cost and it doesn’t even want to do the edging you can’t tuck it underneath these just tuck it underneath the molding if you can’t

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Go around with three-quarter around the plastic molding saves you a ton of money right there

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Also to folks one thing you can get on on the on what we find you get on the internet

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Go ahead, and you can buy

00:25:51.100 –> 00:25:54.660
Vinyl siding you can buy it right online go ahead and buy it

00:25:54.660 –> 00:25:57.820
It’s cheap do you know you can buy it in bulk right online?

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cheap at Home Depot

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Some of the other things we found as well folks like I said on vanities

00:26:03.740 –> 00:26:07.700
Vanities and fixtures we found you can get a lot of vanities cheap online

00:26:07.700 –> 00:26:12.460
My wife and I got a tub and a double vanity for like a little more than 100 bucks

00:26:12.460 –> 00:26:15.700
Somebody was remodeling getting rid of it. We took it brought home all done

00:26:15.700 –> 00:26:22.220
So you know there there are places you can save if you don’t mind traveling a little bit spending your night your time at night

00:26:22.220 –> 00:26:28.100
Getting stuff you can save yourself a fortune on materials go to Home Depot and buy double vanity brand new you spend a thousand bucks

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We bought ours for 100 with the tub

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Okay, the only I don’t recommend it going to get the toilet. You buy brand new okay?

00:26:35.380 –> 00:26:38.060
That’s stuff. You don’t want to mess with buy it brand new

00:26:38.060 –> 00:26:40.740
You don’t want to add somebody else’s

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Yeah, just buy it right now

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And toilets are cheap like 100 bucks if you don’t get these pants if you had a regular standard toilet

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Don’t get the fancy one

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No thing like I said there’s a lot of places you could say these are just going to places we found

00:26:54.540 –> 00:26:57.100
Now you can say but that that’s what we’ve been doing

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As far as trying to save money goes like I said folks you know it’s very important to go ahead and you know do your

00:27:03.100 –> 00:27:06.620
Best to try to save money where you can but see me redoing these old homes

00:27:06.620 –> 00:27:10.440
You know and everything is just you know nothing with building materials is cheap anymore

00:27:10.440 –> 00:27:13.980
So the best thing you can do is go ahead try to save money one thing

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I do recommend if you have farmhouse like we do we didn’t have to is already all done for us

00:27:17.620 –> 00:27:21.500
But one thing I do recommend you tear out all the old wire and my friends

00:27:21.500 –> 00:27:27.040
And I we went through we rewired the whole place a brand new wiring definitely. You don’t want that old wire anymore with the

00:27:27.040 –> 00:27:29.820
With the felt on it and all that that’s very dangerous

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It’s a big big cause of fires back in the day

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Make sure you go ahead and get rid of that immediately if you have if your home has it. It’s a fire hazard

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Some of like I said folks is like I said some of the other places

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That we were that we were saving money as well

00:27:46.820 –> 00:27:50.560
Knowing to be saving on siding we saved on windows saves it on doors

00:27:50.560 –> 00:27:54.340
One of things too, which we did was we saved on

00:27:54.340 –> 00:27:58.320
on certain things like when it comes to these certain things like when you’re with when

00:27:58.320 –> 00:28:03.380
They put it this way like what’s one thing you want to do when you when you remodel in these old farm homes

00:28:03.380 –> 00:28:07.780
Or any old home for that matter what you like to do you like to take go ahead

00:28:07.780 –> 00:28:11.380
Into the house and you got to start with the room that that’s worst

00:28:11.660 –> 00:28:16.840
For us some of the rooms that were worse were downstairs the floors were the old wood floors in bad shape

00:28:16.840 –> 00:28:18.380
You know water damage stuff like that

00:28:18.380 –> 00:28:22.540
So we went ahead and we just laid the OSB board on top of it and then laid the laminate floor on top of it

00:28:22.540 –> 00:28:27.580
As long as you go ahead and lay the laminate floor folks. You’re in you should be in good shape, but

00:28:27.580 –> 00:28:33.380
You know want to make sure you put that OSB board down what that’s gonna do that’s gonna cut down on the draft

00:28:33.380 –> 00:28:36.100
And it’s also two folks in a level of floor out for you

00:28:36.100 –> 00:28:40.460
Because you can use shingles and all of that and you can level underneath the floor make the level make the floor nice and flat

00:28:40.940 –> 00:28:43.260
Okay, so that’s something you can do as well the other thing my wife

00:28:43.260 –> 00:28:46.780
And I did to to save money is we actually went and bought a used kitchen

00:28:46.780 –> 00:28:51.720
You can find used kitchens online all time people that are remodeling skin little kitchens nothing wrong with it

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They just want a new one their loss is your gain my wife got a

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Gorgeous brand new white kitchen for next to nothing some couple just remodeling we went there and said hey

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We you know we like this we want it, and they went ahead and they said yeah sure go ahead take it

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You know we bought they don’t think the only 500 bucks for it

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So we saved a fortune there the stovetop same thing

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You know Facebook is great resource went on there got stovetop gas for free not for free, but without for 20 bucks

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We got the stove for 50 bucks

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You know if you look you’re willing to go dishwasher my wife, and I had

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But if you go ahead and look you know there are tons and tons of places

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Where you can find materials relatively cheap and these are places you can cut when you’re doing a home as long as you don’t mind

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Like I said going on the road and look in and spending your time online at night trying to find deals

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Some other things as well folks that my wife, and I have done

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Try to conserve money

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Those of you that debt like I said that that aren’t overly familiar with construction one of the things we did

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We waited till you know dumpsters knowledge are expensive

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We waited till a lot of the work was done

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And then we ordered a dumpster and load the dumpster from take it if you have a dumpster sitting there for a couple of weeks

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They’ll go ahead and charge it by the day for that dumpster

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I want to go ahead make a pile in the back and then when everything comes just throw it all the dumps along take it

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That’s what we did with that

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It saved a ton of money there

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You know like I said there’s so many different things you can do

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If anybody has any suggestions by the way go at least it’s files podcast

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org and go ahead and you know shoot me an email let me know what you did to save money when you remodeled I would really

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Like to know so I could share it with the rest of the audience so everybody goes ahead and you know knows what’s going on I?

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Don’t think too like I said that I want to point out is

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Not only can you go ahead and like I said save money with building materials

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But there are also all things you can do too when you’re redoing a home

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obviously you know

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Making sure you know you get bids for if you’re going if you’re not handy like myself

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you want to go ahead and save money get multiple contractors multiple bids and

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You know look at the get look at the quality of material

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They’re using and all that kind of stuff and make a determination who you want to go with you know kind contractors

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Are you know having contractors do it will be a lot more money?

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Will get done probably faster, but you have to look at what’s what’s more important to you speed or you know?

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Saving cost it all depends up. It’s all up to you

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Some of the other things folks that like I said we’ve had a lot going on

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Like I said we got the we have chickens coming birds coming now and some other more animals coming to the homestead

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Like I said folks as well. You know if you want to go ahead and

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If you have any suggestions to for the homestead, I’d be more than willing to hear them like it’s a survivalist podcast org

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And like I said, I look forward to hearing back from everybody like I said, I am officially

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Back now won’t be show every day, but I’m going to try to do one at least one day a week

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maybe two

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We can get maybe two shows a weekend to be nice if I can do it if I can’t man

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I’ll just do one and I don’t want to overshoot and that not do it, but like I said

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We’re gonna try to do this your show a week. I’m gonna try to do some blog posting

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Those way everybody can you know if you can’t you know if you listen and then you want more content you go on the website

00:32:08.680 –> 00:32:10.680
I’m gonna try to do some YouTube videos

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What I’m gonna do folks basically the podcast is

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Gonna be you know we’re gonna do a podcast probably at least once a week

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And then to like I said I’m gonna do some blog posting and I’m gonna do some youtubing as well

00:32:22.240 –> 00:32:25.160
So you know we’re gonna have a couple different forms of media here

00:32:25.300 –> 00:32:28.780
It’s not just gonna be the podcast, but we’ll get like so we’re gonna have YouTube

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I’d ever want to do some YouTube stuff, and I definitely want to go ahead and do some blog stuff

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So I will have content for you to read off content for you to watch on YouTube and obviously

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We’ll have the podcast for you to listen to so we’re coming. We’re coming at you from a lot of different media angles

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So like I said, I want to thank everybody for listening like I said, I’m sorry

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I do want to apologize one more time that we took some time off

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But we definitely are back now like as I do apologize for taking that time off, but

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Fortunately we had no choice, and you know you know this was something some podcast something

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I love to do love talking about this kind of stuff, but unfortunately sometimes you you got it for priorities first and

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You know that was that but I guess I’m glad we’re back. I’m glad everybody’s coming back to listen

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I want to thank everybody for listening, and I will see you soon. Thank you