Stealing Road Brush!

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I spotted an “opportunity” along the side of one of our close by roads, and I thought this would be a good thing to take advantage of. It’s definitely something we could use.

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Farmer G – My Homestead:

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Old Camp Ranch:

Whistle Thicket:

Almost Homestead:

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29 Responses

  1. Homesteading the Hard Way says:

    I can't picture anybody having a problem with cleaning up side the road , have you tried unhooking the battery when you park the truck ?

  2. Sapper Gardener says:

    Nice seeing you eat that chiltepin salsa and surviving. We just got some from Papa Pepper and will be growing it soon.

    I got a pick up truck just to become a scavanger too. lol

  3. M. Kenaga Ivy Tech CC says:

    As for legality of scavenging wood, it depends on where it is located and whether it is a danger for people to park and pick it up. (I looked it up) Local utilities usually have a crew that picks up brush left over from tree trimming . However, if you ask the property owner, they will likely say yes. It also depends on what value the item is perceived to have. Other place/towns say it is covered under the law that addresses things left out for garbage pick up, that is legal. At worst, if caught you could get fined. Your call.

  4. 5280Click Online Marketing LLC says:

    Free mulch will be great for you land to help retain water when it rains. Looks kind of woody…. maybe make some BioChar?

  5. joe curry says:

    Thous peppers are great, great plant

  6. Contentment says:

    Way to use it!

  7. Natacha Yearwood says:

    Legal shmeagle grab it and Run!! Lol!

  8. Bobblehead Homestead says:

    You're very welcome for the shout-out. I just found your channel right before that great collab and I'm enjoying catching up on some of your videos. Love what you are doing and where you are going with your place!

  9. FranknCarrie's Homestead says:

    Free brush, heck ya

  10. MADMystic1 says:

    A good rule of thumb… "if you don't think it's legal, don't film it. That video would be known as Evidence." 😀

  11. Dans Bois Homestead says:

    The hotter the better when it comes to salsa as far as our tastebuds go! What a treat that was for Jeff over at Bobblehead to shoutout the collaboration !!! Thanks for the shoutout again guys. You are so close to 1000. Exciting!

  12. Alan Marshall says:

    Do u have a tiny solar panel thhat can trickle charge your truck?

  13. Alan Marshall says:

    If something is too spicey add sugar!

  14. florie Brown says:

    Great Idea Jim you need wood for mulch you are clearing the road side keeping it tidy that has to be a good thing.

  15. Almost Homestead says:

    Green Dream Machine Haha! Nice to grab free useful stuff whenever you can. Your almost at 1000 subs! That's very exciting. Very happy for you guys. Thanks for the shout out. Jeff at Bobblehead Homestead is one of our favorite channels. So great to see all of the progress he has been making this year around the homestead and with his channel growth.

  16. Gert Van Aswegen says:

    The link for the other channels don't seem to work. Had to search usingthe names. All on mu subscription list. Good luck to you all. Love your videos

  17. A Coincidental Life says:

    It is so dangerous for a man to be out driving on his own…he may get up to mischief! In England helping yourself to brush is stealing but as I say to people, if you are going to do things like that, don't get caught!

  18. MissouriOldTimer says:

    I can't handle that hot sauce, it burns goin in and comin out,, lol I doubt anyone will complain if you want to clean up the road right of way.

  19. From Zero to Homestead says:

    What's the plan for all of that brush?

  20. Food Forest Permaculture says:

    Hello Green Dream . Liked # 13 on the vid . Try to have the truck in good running order . If you are injured you may not have the ability to Open hood of the truck and reconnect the battery . This takes time when time may be in short supply . Hope this finds all well . May I be so bold to ask what the Bio Mass on common ground I E brush is used for that you are collecting . FOOD FOREST PERMACULTURE

  21. Jills Homestead Experience says:

    Excavator? For Septic? score on the brush.

  22. Wrenches and boards says:

    Awesome video friend I don't see nothing wrong getting the brush. Have a awesome day.

  23. A little dirt never hurt says:

    Lol, I never worry about things like that when I see a valuable score!! Decent amount NIck, I assume you have a chipper? Have a great day:)

  24. MidlifePrices says:

    One man's trash is another man's treasure!

  25. PG Nano Farm says:

    I see it more of you doing a community service. You are cleaning up there mess.

  26. BR1967FE says:

    Hey practice makes perfect their Jimmy boy, good to see the green dream machine running

  27. Old Camp Ranch says:

    When you park the truck disconnect the battery!!! Hope you won’t be apologizing from jail lol ah ha ha ha.

  28. Old Camp Ranch says:

    I’d drink it like a milkshake.

  29. Old Camp Ranch says:

    Ah ha haha first

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