At this Point it's a Rescue MISSION! We Gotta get the Truck OUT before we do any Damage to IT!

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • At this Point, it's a Rescue MISSION! We, Gotta, get the Truck OUT before we do any Damage to IT!~Our Website~The Modern Steader Blog~ http://bit.ly/2xbEUb1Link for FarmFoods Grass Fed Beef ~ Use Promo COde LA10 for 10% off your first order! http://bit.ly/2DEnDdM🛒SHOP our favorite products on AMAZON: (affiliate link) https://www.amazon.com/shop/lumnahacresChicken Supplies 10% Off For Modern Steaders Free Shipping in the US http://bit.ly/2Bkgcq8 Promo Code Lumnah for 10% offCheck Out Our NEW Lumnah Acres Apparel~ http://bit.ly/2joOLB6In-Depth How to Butchering Videos and More on Patreon~ http://bit.ly/2AzifqQPremier1 Poultry Electric Nets and Solar Chargers that we use. http://bit.ly/2mhCiAZMost Links are Affiliate linksSupport the Channel http://bit.ly/2wNfBcyDaily Video UploadsCheck us at Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Lumnah-Acres...Twitter https://twitter.com/LumnahAcresInstagram https://www.instagram.com/lumnahacres/I was born and raised 20 minutes from Boston, MA. At the age of 17, I was diagnosed with Anxiety. My personal experience with the prescribed medication was NOT POSITIVE. So I decided to find better way. I didn't know it at the time but, that was the BEGINNING for me! I have been “FINDING A BETTER WAY” in all areas in my life ever since. Better ways of how to create a modern homestead affordably, and a better way to provide my family with healthy foods, and so….. much MORE!At Lumnah Acres we hope our experiences can help guide you to find YOUR BETTER WAY! Please join us in sharing our journey with you, let us be a guide to Modern Homesteading, Self-Sufficiency, and FREEDOM for you!Daily Uploads!
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  • Ellen Archambault
    Ellen Archambault  6 months ago +17

    Good morning. What kind of coffee do you drink? I know you mentioned it before when expressing that your favorite kind was hard to find. Tanner is gonna be a great grownup. Olivia too.

  • Batpherlang Kharkrang
    Batpherlang Kharkrang  7 hours ago +1

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  • Deanna Marie
    Deanna Marie  6 months ago +22

    Yes!Pluto and Tanner time video would be fun!

  • Wendy C.
    Wendy C.  6 months ago +28

    Good morning! Yes more doggies please and thank you!!

  • Suzi SaintJames
    Suzi SaintJames  6 months ago +23

    Yes, for the puppy training! 💜🌞🌵

  • bdavisdc
    bdavisdc  6 months ago +2

    Just a tip for Boss V blade controllers. If you press both buttons on the Left at the same time, it will bring the left wing back and right wing forward in a straight line for wind-rowing. The same works on the right. It keeps you from having to press buttons on opposite ends of the remote, or doing each action one at a time.

  • Bill Herrick
    Bill Herrick  6 months ago +28

    I usually carry a huge pile of sand in the back for weight to counter balance the plow weight. This helps my traction a lot and when I do get stuck I just put a little sand under each tire and I am usually good to go. Also in 4wd low all 4 tires seem to turn together to help get un stuck.

  • Wayne Leake
    Wayne Leake  6 months ago

    As for Coffee, I like dark French roast with chicory, and lots of creamer and sweetener/sugar.
    Sure glad I don't live where it snows like that now.
    Although it get cold enough to, at times, it seldom does.
    My goats are glad it doesn't snow or rain that much.
    They head for shelter if they feel one or two raindrops, LOL.

  • john boy
    john boy  6 months ago +11

    The issue is , you have no clue how to use that blade !

  • Caroline Honse
    Caroline Honse  6 months ago +9

    Yes, more more more of Pluto and Tanner!

  • wendyknoxleet
    wendyknoxleet  6 months ago +7

    So dramatic! If I showed you the dusting here in the U.K. that the brits are freaking over, you would laugh!
    Wood ash is great for grip, but sand works

  • Tammy Dudley
    Tammy Dudley  6 months ago +2

    I wud absolutely love to see more footage of the pups playing together. That's so sweet.

  • Todd Kratzer
    Todd Kratzer  6 months ago +1

    Nice truck and plow, I add weight to the rear end of my truck and that makes a big difference. I never use chains.

  • Maxid1
    Maxid1  6 months ago +1

    Figaro overestimates his camouflage ability in snow.

  • RavenStorm31
    RavenStorm31  6 months ago +1

    moose appreciates ur contribution to the new yolk city fund lol!!

  • Alicia Leacock
    Alicia Leacock  6 months ago

    Waaaaw..that’s a lot of snow out there @Lumnah Acres..send you beautiful warm sunshine from the Caribbean Trinidad and Tobago..love you guys!

  • M C
    M C  6 months ago

    That snow is sucking up so much of your time this winter and you still managed to get your sense of humour back - impressive. Bet you were all glad to be home and snuggled in later. Would love to see Tanner and Pluto training together. Would like to know how all the pets got their names. Figaro is great name for a cat.

  • Milo Adams
    Milo Adams  6 months ago +20

    for the plowing there's 2 things I can suggest that would help. 1 is studded tires are only good for driving on compact already plowed road conditions. you need to chain your truck tires, and the second is what do you have in the box for weight? sand bags work great

  • J
    J  5 months ago

    Sometimes when you’re stuck in the snow like that open the blade wide-open drop it to the ground and use the Wings on the blade to push you backwards works for me give it a try sometime

  • Farm Alarm
    Farm Alarm  6 months ago

    Our snow has melted and left us with mud and everything was stuck, now we have more rain coming and more things will be stuck.