The New Homestead Houligan

The homestead is growing and changing, so the blog will be too. With the kids getting older and more interested in everything going on, I don’t have time to write worthwhile posts much these days.

However, Homestead Houligan will continue on. It isn’t that I will never blog again, but for now, the blog will be all by video. I am greatly enjoying learning to film everything going on around here in order to share what is going on around here, and I hope you will too.

The first video channel is the homestead channel. Right now there are landscaping and wild critter videos on this channel. All the upcoming building projects and more will be showing up soon. The second video channel is for the kids. We will do lots of homeschool projects along with projects just for fun. Please, check us out and subscribe!

Homestead Houligan on YouTube:

https://youtube.com/channel/UCgPrT0KrgxSeGImy5AsD5uA

Houligan Fun and Games on YouTube:

https://youtube.com/channel/UC733JUH4Jdrrm3DLMyTDAAw

Thanks, as always, for checking out the homestead is up to, I hope you enjoy!

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