Project Blue Collar Ford has been going onward for quite some time. We have managed to build the ultimate working mans truck! We feel that no truck is complete without a Hi-Lift. This is an amazing tool that just works! We have used it for recovery, trail repairs, fence repairs, and many other chores! See how easy the new install of the Ford Raptor was here:
This Country Barn Home kit is customized with 10 & 14ft lean-tos and an open porch. Built by Sand Creek Post & Beam this wood barn home kit feature the strength and beauty of post and beam timber frame construction. As we search for a possible new home, you will see several that we are considering. This one looks to be on a slab, we would probably build on a basement.
Stats: 24×50, 2,376 sq. ft. total living space, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dinning room, open porch (600 sq.ft.)
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I have always wanted to make my own butter. I even scored an antique butter churn from a local antique store for $10. I just never had the heart to use it. Then I found this great article using Lehmans butter churn.
We see these pallet projects around the internet often. I was looking for something a little different. I wanted tasteful projects that would fit a homestead environment and they had to be simple! I see projects sometimes that seem to be super complicated and require complete disassemble of the pallet.
Here are a few that look great, yet take little effort: