About 2 years ago we bought a 1969 Airstream International Land Yacht from a hunting club, and we had started on its renovation but then life happened and we got pulled away from this project, but we are now back on getting this classic camper back to where we can go on lots of family camping trips. Today we are going to try and remove the airstream's shell or body from the trailer - frame, and the way we are going got try doing this is by building a frame structure inside the airstream camper, and then cutting the bolts a loose from the shell and trailer. The next step will be us taking some jacks and jack stands and jacking up the interior frame we just built, and once we get the shell high enough, we will drive the trailer from underneath the airstream body, and then support the shell on concrete blocks. The trailer will be free from the shell and we can get all the work that needs to be done the airstream trailer, like welding, and the grey tank, and the sub floor, and rust protection, and the belly pan, axles, & insulation etc.
Cog Hill Farm
So it is getting super close to time for the ayam cemani eggs to hatch here on the homestead. So before we move them into the hatcher and put them on lock down, we want to candle them to make sure they are fertile. And also we have some other rare and unique hatching eggs as well in the incubator, and they are cream legbar chickens, which lay those beautiful blue eggs, and also red golden pheasants, which do not even look real they are so beautiful! Evenin time rolls around, which makes an ideal time to check and candle your hatching eggs, and out of 5 ayama cemani eggs, 3 were fertile, 4 out of 5 cream legbar eggs were fertile, and 8 out of 9 red golden pheasants were fertile! Needless to say that MC is super stoked about the new family members that are about to hatch here on the farm!!
If you keep up with our YouTube channel then you know that a few weeks ago we found our peahen's nest, which was hidden in the woods, which had five baby peacock eggs in there. After much deliberation, we decided to take two of the peacock eggs and leave the her(Ozella) three of the eggs., and this would make sure that hopefully 2 pea chicks would hatch. Well yesterday the peacock babies started hatching in our incubator, and in a few hours both baby peacocks hatched out and both are super healthy. Well this made us wonder if Ozella's, the peahen, eggs hatched as well, but we did not see her until a day later and guess what.....all three of her eggs hatched as well!! So it was a 100% hatch rate on the peafowl eggs on the farm!! And Scoot is one proud daddy!