• Published on Nov 17, 2019
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    This week, we got a much needed piece of equipment that will make our lives so much easier. It is a total game changer! We also solve our venting issue and begin building our master bathroom shower.
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  • Thomas White
    Thomas White Day ago

    Who's the 156 people who gave the thumbs down? Are you kidding me!?!?! 😋 I love your Kabota. I have one, they last forever!

  • Mac Smith
    Mac Smith 2 days ago

    Buying a a compact tractor was a game changer for projects around my place. Congratulations!

  • Mimi's Favorites
    Mimi's Favorites 2 days ago

    Sure it's not pollen?

  • d hamby
    d hamby 2 days ago

    Is it a 83' tractor or a '83 tractor? 83 foot tractor or a made in 1983 tractor? Lol.

    MARY SALDANA 3 days ago

    when do we see the finished house. It looking beautiful now , how much longer till we see the end.

  • Christa Bianchi
    Christa Bianchi 6 days ago

    She look great in the tractor!!!

    JIMMY ChOO 7 days ago

    Metal filings from grinding or cutting in that area

  • Rodolfo Plasencia
    Rodolfo Plasencia 9 days ago

    Loved the tractor!

  • Daniel D
    Daniel D 9 days ago

    im thinking moss, like on trees it only grows on one side.:)

  • BigFoot Bubba
    BigFoot Bubba 9 days ago

    8:12 That looks like tree pollen and mold/mildew. Look on the barn roof and see if you see it there too.. use a white paper towel to compare the residue. What kind of trees are close to that side of the house? Do you see it on the windows too? If it's blowing dust it will be on the windows too.

  • Honz Tapu
    Honz Tapu 10 days ago

    Hey Spencer ,just seen this vid mate if u haven't already figured it out the rust on the roof its called swarf its just small metal filings from when u screwed the sheets in or if u cut any other metal on the roof, to avoid this in the future whenever u work on your roof just get the leaf blower and run it over the surface to get the swarf off before water or moisture settles it to rust but its not a huge problem it would take years for it to do some damage good thing u spotted it tho

  • ruthie zophia
    ruthie zophia 10 days ago

    Guys please we are your masks.

  • Ля Минор
    Ля Минор 11 days ago

    Природа красивая, жена тоже!)

  • Ebelitha
    Ebelitha 11 days ago

    I was wondering how are you going to insulate the walls and floors in the house? And are you going to insulate the pumphouse aswell?

  • Dennis Goebelt
    Dennis Goebelt 12 days ago

    How many acres of land do you have?

  • Jeffrey Watson
    Jeffrey Watson 12 days ago

    Nice tractor! You cant kill a good old tractor. It looks like you have a 3 point hitch on the back. Look for a PTO, or power take off. Guys, you can power almost anything from a tractor PTO.Generators, sawmills, tillers, so many devices. You jtt got yourselves a 18 hp power plant!!
    Thank you so much for sharing your build. Blessings

  • Mike Lacey
    Mike Lacey 12 days ago

    Nice "Tonka Toy"

  • David Linthorne
    David Linthorne 14 days ago

    He's exactly right. It's the shavings. Happens when screwing the metal roofing down as well.

  • Jared Blair
    Jared Blair 14 days ago

    You might want to consider a way to keep debris from falling into the vent pipe for plumbing....i had that problem, which caused a blockage and difficulty of my kitchen sink draining. I used a 90 degree elbow to have the vent pipe opening face downward at the roof to prevent it from reoccurring.

  • Eurico Ferreira
    Eurico Ferreira 16 days ago

    at 12:50 of this video...what´s the music name? Please! Fame and fortune 4 you 2!

  • Lance Hernandez
    Lance Hernandez 16 days ago

    @rocket tests has it correct. I live in South Florida and my dad lives in the Florida keys. Because of the salt content in the air, metal shavings can do serious damage to everything. All the grinding and everything you are doing, it explains the roof issue. Good luck!

  • Sid Mitchett
    Sid Mitchett 17 days ago

    I have watched your series from ep 1 and think it's absolutely brilliant. You have both worked very hard to get to where you are. I can't wait to see you finish and i wish you all the very best for future. You both seem like lovely people and deserve to be successful and rewarded for your hard work.

  • Reality Spin Publishings

    Did you guys ever think about spraying the roof with a waterproof/weatherproof solution? Or the whole exterior of the house?

  • seventy2below
    seventy2below 18 days ago

    pollen... my trees drop it all over my cars too

  • jcbuckster
    jcbuckster 18 days ago

    So I've been interested in container homes since I first heard about them. I caved and just bought a mobile home instead. That being said, I've been watching your videos for a while now - not really because of the container homes but because you two have such a wonderful, kind, patient, and loving way with one another. I hope you keep putting up videos after the home is completed. Thank you for being you.

  • sctvgirl
    sctvgirl 18 days ago

    Tree pollen?

  • Texas Justice
    Texas Justice 18 days ago

    I thought there for a minute y’all were going to make a concrete shower floor. Would have been interesting to see.

  • wolfe w
    wolfe w 18 days ago

    put wheel weights on that tractor it is top-heavy

  • riftalope
    riftalope 18 days ago

    FIND a mower deck. Your odds are better there. You're not in Indiana, the world's "use to destruction" mowing capital.

  • Andre Anthony
    Andre Anthony 18 days ago

    thats not rust its mold

  • david r
    david r 18 days ago

    on pipe put some wire on it. to keep the bates out.

  • david r
    david r 18 days ago

    wait till you turn 50, the doc got something better for you.

  • at347est
    at347est 18 days ago

    Been 6 days....what's up ?

  • kasey casece
    kasey casece 19 days ago

    young man ,

    u need to put loader bucket down because if y don't u will turn over

  • Jared Colahan
    Jared Colahan 19 days ago

    if your winds are from the west it can still be a pollen or air spread someting. if you can remove it with a gentle wash it won't be rust.

  • Betigul eriş
    Betigul eriş 19 days ago

    I am really curious as to why would anybody push the dislike button on this video!

  • mmanut
    mmanut 19 days ago

    Sounds like the valves need adjusting and check hydraulic fluid. CHANGE ALL OILS‼️‼️‼️. LAST A LONG TIME IF MAINTAINED. VINNY 🇺🇸

  • Денис Карпенко

    Hi from Ukraine! Take care of your wife, don't let her carrying those heavy things. Keep being happy!

  • Toulla Lavithis
    Toulla Lavithis 19 days ago

    The rust is from using a grinder on the roof. Or when the roofing sheets where on the ground.

  • Johnathan jay
    Johnathan jay 19 days ago

    Maaan i cant wait to do mine in the philippines. Watching your channel and 2 others is giving me major ideas

  • Matthew Williams
    Matthew Williams 20 days ago

    Hi guys, from Tasmania, Australia. Keep up the great content, and continue with your awesomeness. In agreeance with everyone who's mentioned Grinders and the "Sparks" or grinder dust. Lol.
    Take care of you both, and say hi to Bear for us.
    Matthew and Macharla. :) :)

  • Ken Yh
    Ken Yh 20 days ago

    You both must feel a lot of weight off your shoulders. I love the background music.

  • emtcody
    emtcody 20 days ago

    I love your videos, but you guys have a volume issue, when you talk its so low then the music just blares in your videos... im often watching when my daughter is asleep and im constantly turning up the volume to hear your guys talk then have to turn it down RIGHT AWAY as soon as the music plays or else it wakes her up... it makes it tough to watch a bit! other then that love the videos

  • Carl Bonenfant
    Carl Bonenfant 20 days ago

    Mackenzie how far along are you, both of you are doing a great job house and property look amazing. Spenser you are killing it !!!⚓️

  • Muhammad Malkan Muhamad

    Schedule a roof cleaning monthly. If there is alot of rust goin into the water collection, the pump system may f up too. So it's good to monitor what's on the roof time and again Spencer.

  • Truman Renz
    Truman Renz 20 days ago

    I sent the wife to the store for purple primer ..she came back with a wax bowl ring lol

  • Carola Niederhauser
    Carola Niederhauser 20 days ago

    Hello, greetings from Germany. I love your videos. I wish many more projects. Subscription left there and bell activated.

  • ecols
    ecols 20 days ago

    Why didn't you let the venting end in the airspace between the container and the roof?

  • Yours Truly
    Yours Truly 21 day ago

    Just binge watched all your videos kinda was sad this was the last one I saw. 😞

  • Carl Brunberg
    Carl Brunberg 21 day ago

    I've been using one like this for years. No bucket though, it has a post hole auger and a PTO mower. Good tool.

  • Dennis Dickson
    Dennis Dickson 21 day ago

    It may be tanic acid if leaves sit up there a while.

  • antipax
    antipax 21 day ago +1

    that stuff looks like pollen/pollum from a tree

  • Mrs Mikail Christiano Ronaldo

    Did you want the news the world already knows

  • Justin Canfield
    Justin Canfield 21 day ago

    I am curious why you didn’t put a protective barrier under the cement? I know you sealed the container floor but aren’t you worried that something might go wrong even with the pitch that you put in?

  • Chestnut Brown
    Chestnut Brown 22 days ago

    i feel like a video once a week isnt enough for me. Make more videos please jknotjk.

  • Ardy Smith
    Ardy Smith 22 days ago

    Sir you need to make your wife some steps,hopefully y'all not living there yet . My first video of y'all beautiful family. Nice tractor.

  • Marley Castillo
    Marley Castillo 22 days ago

    :55 , i would only use it in average big normal yard only, not on fields or terrain like such, its not made for profesional use, it will easily tip ovet

  • Prestone VaanHorne
    Prestone VaanHorne 22 days ago

    Like all new husbands, Spencer is learning there is nothing he cannot possess, that makes him even happier to give to his wife.
    Say Goodbye to your tractor, son!

  • Living Redefined
    Living Redefined 22 days ago

    I've been wanting a tractor for the property for a year now, just haven't pulled the trigger on it. You should do an update in a few months to let us now if it was a game-changer and what you've found it most useful for!

  • frederic rike
    frederic rike 22 days ago

    FYI, and I know you aren't facing any big inspection worries; the Tee used to join the two vent lines below your roof penetration should have been installed with bull (side inlet) sweeping down. It won't make any real difference to the performance of the vent- your 1/8 bend and 1/8 street bend solution was well done, and something that happens often in the real world. I would add a piece of screen over the end of your vent to prevent bugs, etc from getting into your plumbing- use and appropriate hose clamp to hold it to the vent pipe on the roof. Others have covered the "rust" on your roof pretty well- pollen is my bet, prevailing wind direction and the different roof slopes are the determining factor for where. Doing great! PS- For somebody that "can't drive a stick" you got the hang of it pretty darn fast- and a tractor isn't the easiest place to learn it! KOKO! FR