Few Things Before The Hurricane

7 Gsh 2020
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  • Wow, that dissipater pad looks great with some water in it! That was some beautiful work. Thanks for the follow-up.

    Joe MarvinJoe Marvin13 ditë më parë
  • Great Video Chris !

    Maine ManMaine Man2 muaj më parë
  • Growing some good weed and selling it huh... 2:01

    Mr. PresidentMr. President2 muaj më parë
  • One thing I don't have a good understanding of is when you use certain kind of equipment. Also, the only thing that I think you haven't purchased personally for your farm is a skid steer loader. Does the backhoe serve the purpose of a skid steer loader? When would you use the excavator portion of the backhoe instead of the mini?

    Josh RountreeJosh Rountree2 muaj më parë
  • Is that the top soil you got from separated machine?

    Thomas O'SullivanThomas O'Sullivan2 muaj më parë
  • twitter.com/i/status/1293118515248082944 If da aircon packs up .....all is not lost Letsdig

    Roger FawcusRoger Fawcus2 muaj më parë
  • Chris, Glad you showed us how your recent projects held up! That kind of puts a neat bow on the projects for us viewers. I really liked that.

    Johnny GoldenJohnny Golden2 muaj më parë
  • I think there is a deep mud hole over here somewhere.

    sn99cobrasn99cobra2 muaj më parë
  • just watching the repositioning of the BH to scrape the pile makes me appreciate the efficiency of the excavator. Sit in one place and do it all from there. Guess I'll have to keep doing it the harder way instead of the smarter way. Enjoyed!

    BroHayBroHay2 muaj më parë
  • Wish i had that pile of topsoil. Great content man as usual ty!!. Ur 310 is a damn good tractor. Besides no ac it's nice

    Dave StinsonDave Stinson2 muaj më parë
  • 👍👍😀🍁

    I Paddle My Own CanoeI Paddle My Own Canoe2 muaj më parë
  • I watch your videos all the time they are awesome I like the way you operate your machines makes me wanna come and help sometimes

    Jason PanzerJason Panzer2 muaj më parë
  • How many toothpicks are you going through oa a day ??

    Norseman220Norseman2202 muaj më parë
  • Why your Deere 310E has so ridiculous small front tires and a 'big' bucket? Meant originally for back hoe/hitch gadget only? Do the 'E' mean expanded forward load or so for a nominal hay roll stacking? If so, the bucket weight as match as you payload alone and you live in engineered structural limit zone - I guess about 2500 pounds. Hopefully, the hydraulic valve bleed springs work against over load limit from your eagerness to do, what the tool is not designed for! After forcing a heavy load, your back tires maybe lifting above ground, then which tires got all the strain - not a good year for you, albeit you have Goodyear tires or other main brand? { so sorry, I do not know real the difference between 'tire' and 'tyre' words (be it Am, Br or some other English anguage variant, occasional to mean the same thing , but I use first mainly to talk human condition in the right context and latter the outer cum around the rim and sometimes mixed usage to meaning of outer wheel coating like now). Learned in Finland in basic elementary school, later on university to learn physics/chemistry/math and computer science and so on to be a teacher or ape... more you think to know, then in reality less you know - like living on helium ball, free to reach sky and blow up before to get a space/freedom - you need to understand english/germany/france and a bit of latin plus greece alphabet (from alpha to omicron) to read those mastermind books at first hand. Learned British-English, but American-English feel me more 'homey'! Now it's time to follow my english teacher: 'stand up, if you have anything to say to your whole classmates, then go on. I'm curios listening also ...'

    Pekka YlönenPekka Ylönen2 muaj më parë
  • 👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał Śleziak2 muaj më parë
  • Why do you always have a toothpick hanging out of your mouth?

    Jim BeckJim Beck2 muaj më parë
  • Yall got some big ole bugs there @ 543 to 544 there's a spider that appears on the black plastic pipe bout scared the shit out of me .lol

    Dennis MDennis M2 muaj më parë
  • At 2:00.....I could have swore you said “This topsoil pile is growing some good weed” 😳! I had to rewind and take a second look! 😬🤣

    JD SparkyJD Sparky2 muaj më parë
    • Schwing

      Joshua ClarkeJoshua Clarke2 muaj më parë
  • Ya know Chris, I may have mentioned this to someone who would very much like to listen to me (lol) or not?! To my knowledge, no one on ALworld has ANY WHERE NEAR as many views {plus 250,000,000 views} as you do in the same (Excavation) sort of ALworld carrier ( what is that called?). It may be worth looking into, maybe you could have some type of Escavator promotion......

    John RiggenbachJohn Riggenbach2 muaj më parë
  • It’s always good when we see the job done and it works perfect.👍

    John CampbellJohn Campbell2 muaj më parë
  • The very first piece of equipment I snow plowed in was a Backhoe when I was eight years old now that I’m 12 I really miss that machine because my uncle sold it and bought a loader but every time I see Backhoe a I think of ours

    Brendan AllenBrendan Allen2 muaj më parë
  • It works well the old Deer.

    The new Making it HappenThe new Making it Happen2 muaj më parë
  • I'd like to see some time-lapse video of some of these ponds filling up... could make for interesting content.

    neonhomerneonhomer2 muaj më parë
  • Chris, how is your Oak tree doing? Does it like it's new home?

    Russ HansenRuss Hansen2 muaj më parë
  • Wow that stump attachment is an absolutely wicked looking thing!

    Adam BakerAdam Baker2 muaj më parë
  • I take it the thumb will still work with the stump ripper?

    david mcculloughdavid mccullough2 muaj më parë
  • Sand up belt sander for shop to clean up your pins?

    Chaos CentralChaos Central2 muaj më parë
  • I'm not use to seeing you in a bucket loader backhoe lol allways see ya in the Volvo

    brian meatteybrian meattey2 muaj më parë
  • Love your videos. Being a former operator I appreciate the skills you have. I'm trying to work my way back into it on my own property for now. Can you offer any tips for my first time dropping large trees? I have plenty of dig time so I'm familiar with machines just worried about 80ft trees

    Scott KellerScott Keller2 muaj më parë
  • Hurricane better not delay my shirt order!

    Steve KlineSteve Kline2 muaj më parë
  • Everything stayed put.big old slabs look good.

    William DWilliam D2 muaj më parë
  • Where has Tim been?? Is he still working with you? Haven't seen him in awhile

    Frank HebertFrank Hebert2 muaj më parë
  • Gotta make a kickstand for that stumper🤣

    Tim DeMarcoTim DeMarco2 muaj më parë
  • My favorite videos, workin at the homestead. I'm glad I'm not the only OCD one about a nice lookin pile of dirt or gravel!

    dusty2206dusty22062 muaj më parë
  • Hiya Chris, love watching your vlogs and seeing the progress on different projects you do. What’s happened to Tim? Haven’t seen him for a while, is he ok and still working with you? Stay safe x

    Heidi HornseyHeidi Hornsey2 muaj më parë
  • It looks small but it’s actually pretty decent size, yeah that’s what I tell em too.

    Batterson Property ManagementBatterson Property Management2 muaj më parë
  • The end of the video. I remember when you redid the outflow pipe with the humungous boulders. It looks really nice with the water flowing out of it. What a great job Chris.

    IgnacioIgnacio2 muaj më parë
  • Thanks Chris showing the “park” finished waterway. Excellent video as always.

    Jim HalliwellJim Halliwell2 muaj më parë
  • Seeing the, " baby bucket ", beside the backhoe bucket gives perspective. That stumper is gonna look mean on your 220. I did actually find a excavator guy today that didn't know about you. I fixed that. On to the next video.

    michael mullinsmichael mullins2 muaj më parë
  • I love any vid with the old 310 in 👍

    Phil SmithPhil Smith2 muaj më parë
  • Funny how them tractors lose steering when you pick up the " little " buckets.A guy just has to figure it out.

    David NicholsDavid Nichols2 muaj më parë
  • Chris are you ever cautious of some nasty snake hanging around them culvert ends and in the grass 😬 I’m glad there’s no aweful critters like that in 🇬🇧

    Scott MerchantScott Merchant2 muaj më parë

    Paul MuirPaul Muir2 muaj më parë
  • 5:42 - Watch for it

    Merle PattersonMerle Patterson2 muaj më parë
  • How much damage in your area after the hurricane? It took down a big tree out back of my apartment. Thank God it didn't hit the neighbors house.

    Kurtis McKemmieKurtis McKemmie2 muaj më parë
    • not too bad

      letsdig18letsdig182 muaj më parë
  • "...pretty good for eye-balling the level" Yes it was, Chris. It wasn't a fluke nor luck, that's for sure. Appreciate the updates. *waves*

    Magnolia ScreensMagnolia Screens2 muaj më parë
  • That topsoil pile didn’t look that big until you pulled up in the backhoe by it lol. That ripper will be very handy. The quick coupler is a game changer

    Elite Earthworks LLCElite Earthworks LLC2 muaj më parë
  • While reworking the dirt pile I noticed an empty pasture in the background, did you get rid of all your cows. Inquiring minds want to know.

    Thomas BeckThomas Beck2 muaj më parë
    • no they are just on the other side of it out of view

      letsdig18letsdig182 muaj më parë
  • I just might be missin somthin here hun... You scraped the weeds to put them back in the pile? LMAO!!!!

    MadisonMadison2 muaj më parë
  • Great.

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin Hessain2 muaj më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff20072 muaj më parë
  • The pond look's Awesome well done !!

    Philip PotterPhilip Potter2 muaj më parë
  • How do you like the f450

    Dalton FreantDalton Freant2 muaj më parë
  • Great job on the video Chris hope you have a great weekend

    Junior RainesJunior Raines2 muaj më parë
  • I have wondered why you weren't using the "stumper" tool. Now that you have a quick attach for the new Volvo, you are going to be insane fast. Really looking forward to you changing out tools and seeing how fast you can cut roots.

    John ThompsonJohn Thompson2 muaj më parë
  • That dissipator pad looks awesome!

    Bradley MinceyBradley Mincey2 muaj më parë
  • Watch for a steel I-beam next few house demos make yourself a smoothing or lvling attatchment

    trucker shamfultrucker shamful2 muaj më parë
  • You should take a day and go record some of the ponds you made after they've had time to fill up and the landscape around them has grown.

    RickyRicky2 muaj më parë
  • Nothing like pounding ungreased pins in with a hammer...your bushings must love....absolute idiot.

    Dave zombieDave zombie2 muaj më parë
  • I have a 310 SE about the same year as your backhoe. For the age, what they cost and what those things can do, you about want to throw stones at anything else in that age group....

    Jerry FaulknerJerry Faulkner2 muaj më parë
  • I am glad to see that you have saved the baby bucket. You may have to use it for a job. How did the topsoil pile fair after the hurricane?

    Bill FennerBill Fenner2 muaj më parë
  • Must be satisfying to be able to see the pond in action collecting water. Plus we get to see you operating a backhoe 👍

    Construction TrucksConstruction Trucks2 muaj më parë
  • Seems a shame some effort wasn't put into making that pond a little deeper. It will be silted in in less than 5 years.

    scotty362100scotty3621002 muaj më parë
  • Checkout demo dozer bucket (blue ). John (inventor) Love the letsdig18 shirt

    David DeSimoneDavid DeSimone2 muaj më parë
  • Looks like the Projects are performing as expected since you know Exactly what you’re doing. 👍

    Ken S.Ken S.2 muaj më parë
  • Dang baubau!

    I HI H2 muaj më parë
  • Enjoy the after shots, especially the ponds and dams👍

    Joey StumpJoey Stump2 muaj më parë
  • All of those jobs turned out very nice!

    Clyde AcorClyde Acor2 muaj më parë
  • Hella job on that water project. You do good work bubba...

    C MooreC Moore2 muaj më parë
  • U should get a mud bucket chris it would be handy to have

    Ethan BugejaEthan Bugeja2 muaj më parë
  • anybody else NOT see any cows in the pasture there ? hmmmmmm.

    SailorAllanSailorAllan2 muaj më parë
  • One of my ex-bosses had a 310E and it was nothing but pure but pure junk and he bought his brand new

    John C. PepperJohn C. Pepper2 muaj më parë
    • this is the best damn backhoe Ive ever been on. I love it

      letsdig18letsdig182 muaj më parë
  • That spillway that you created with all of those stones so meticulously arranged, looks phenomenal.

    JafoJafo2 muaj më parë
  • Could a Hurricane move that bucket? I cant imagine the wind being that strong

    Warner RobinsWarner Robins2 muaj më parë
    • I find excavator buckets blown up in my yard all of the time after a hurricane.

      JCGoogleJCGoogle2 muaj më parë
  • Hey Chris thanks for going back to the other project showing it finishes nice great job keep it up learning a lot

    Jeffry TaylorJeffry Taylor2 muaj më parë
  • You were a man on a mission with that topsoil pile thank you for the great video!

    Heath WorsleyHeath Worsley2 muaj më parë
  • That stumper attachment has an extra use up here in the north. In the winter, it'd be one heck of a frost buster. Good to see that all is well for you after the recent storms.

    Matthew HoagMatthew Hoag2 muaj më parë
  • Great job Chris.

    Warrior Of The KingWarrior Of The King2 muaj më parë
  • nice work Chris.

    Robert RockwellRobert Rockwell2 muaj më parë
  • All we got from that hurricane was a bit of wind and a 15 minute downpour! I'm on the coast in Gloucester, Ma 26 miles from Boston as the gull flies. We could have used the rain, my fish pond pump broke and waiting for a new one to arrive. In the meantime I'm using my 55 gallon rain barrel to drip enough water into the pond to aerate it for the fish. I dug a deep hole in the brook behind my house to be able to scoop buckets of water when I need to supplement the rain barrel. Can't use tap water because the chemicals the city uses will kill the fish. The rain barrel overflow normally flows into the pond when it rains. Great work on that pond project! Best Regards, Jay

    CapeAnnImagesCapeAnnImages2 muaj më parë
  • 👍👍👍👍👍 God bless Stay safe

    Ragsdale Creek WorkshopRagsdale Creek Workshop2 muaj më parë
  • Chris love your work man .

    leo lleo l2 muaj më parë
  • You do nice work Chris, I enjoy watching your videos. I’m watching you move the pile of topsoil. Did you ever think of investing in a hilift?

    keith bkeith b2 muaj më parë
  • Careful, there’s a deeeepppp hole right after those rocks in the middle of the pool of water!!! Deeeep hole! You might have to hold your breath to run the 250 in there now,,,,,,,,, haha. That was impressive how fast that pond at the beginning of this video was filling in from just one good thunderstorm.

    69 Bronco Guy again!!69 Bronco Guy again!!2 muaj më parë
  • Great seeing finished job a little while later, both turned out great. Thanks for the updates

    Matt BoltonMatt Bolton2 muaj më parë
  • An that water feature looks awesome Chris, good job on that project

    DerrickMegan PettitDerrickMegan Pettit2 muaj më parë
  • at 2.50 minutes you can see that field mouse hot footin out there , hahahah

  • Interesting video of making a huge Volvo bucket in Russia. alworld.info/u/video/p6WwrJt9jdp8kKs

    PP2 muaj më parë
  • Enjoyed the video bro. Stay safe up there

    Ken AllenKen Allen2 muaj më parë
  • Listened to your podcast with buildwitt Chris, cool conversation, thanks for sharing as always Chris, how many hours is on your backhoe now, you had that one for awhile now.

    DerrickMegan PettitDerrickMegan Pettit2 muaj më parë
  • Thanks for the footage there at the last. It's satisfying to see everything in action after seeing you've built it.

    Stuart HoldenStuart Holden2 muaj më parë
  • Did Trump use his Sharpie to draw in the storm to your location? =P

    Alan SmithAlan Smith2 muaj më parë
  • I get a kick out of our pre emissions backhoes, loud as hell and smells like burnt iron. Really enjoy showing up to jobs and having other crews look at us funny running 1990's jd backhoes while they sit in utter silence with new 2019-2020 CAT's.

    13ecker13ecker2 muaj më parë
    • its impressive how quiet the new machines are though, had a brand new 2020 cat wheel loader rental on a bridge we did recently, it sounded like a golf cart compared to our old john deere

      big davebig dave2 muaj më parë
  • at5.44 what the hell was that at the bottom of the screen a big spider?

    Anthony AndersonAnthony Anderson2 muaj më parë
    • Black ant or a dirt dobber.

      Fireman 3174 SVFDFireman 3174 SVFD2 muaj më parë
  • 👍

    kb7722kb77222 muaj më parë
  • It looks small but it's pretty good size he says then he went on to say nothing like I have haha

    Jason KingJason King2 muaj më parë
  • Thats whats the brakes are for. :)

    Baldvin HrafnssonBaldvin Hrafnsson2 muaj më parë
  • “ well im going to keep it because I’m still going to use it “ said nobody who has purchased a new toy and loves it the most 😃

    kingslawnkingslawn2 muaj më parë
  • Excited to see that stump ripper demolishing stumps.

    ̇George H.̇George H.2 muaj më parë
  • what is it crawling on the culvert at 5 44 a tarantula

    whitakerwhitaker2 muaj më parë
    • Black ant or dirt dobber.

      Fireman 3174 SVFDFireman 3174 SVFD2 muaj më parë