When a big oak tree falls on our garage, we take the self sufficient path to solving the problem. In the process we saved about $2,300, and got a new chainsaw out of the deal.
Click the link to subscribe and to be notified when new videos are posted. The “big tank” in my water collection system has partially collapsed due to an insufficient base assembly. I can’t bang it back out with a shovel handle or a 2×4. What to do? Throw it out and get a new one? Not likely. Where brute force fails, I use physics and a little rustic ingenuity to get the job done. And I was only a little nervous about blowing myself up in the process. Not everyone is going to face this specific problem. The point is taking a self-sufficient approach to solving your challenges. Overcoming. Adapting. Finding a way to get it done. Trivia question: Why