With a winter storm on the way, predicted to dump a lot of snow on the off grid homestead, I have been preparing things for the long term.
I am securing tarps, repairing wind damage from the other day and cleaning up debris while at the same time getting ready for more snow.
This means most importantly getting fire wood gathered and covered up. I hope to have enough fire wood to last a few days. The snow should melt off in a week at the most if the weather warms back up again.
Its been below freezing day and night for a few days not. I guess its pay back for the above 50 degree days we had a week ago.
I used both of my cameras for a special effect. One camera shows the whole static view while my action camera shows first person perspective of the work.
I hope you like the camera work and video editing I did on this video.
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