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Buying and developing a piece of land - Part 1 : Cutting in a driveway


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  • Rush Dougherty
    Rush Dougherty 5 ай бұрын +267

    Those upright square columns are the corner stones of the grave yard. They would make up a rectangle, 3 of them are still upright and the fourth is leaning down, but sill in the earth. So all of that land was probably cleared at one point which makes sense since the remnants of a stone wall and house foundation are still very visible.

    • Brandon
      Brandon 5 ай бұрын +2

      The trees can tell you that the land was cleared by how thin they are.

    • Ben Mac
      Ben Mac 5 ай бұрын +2

      I agree the symmetrical placement and height makes it look like a boundary for the graveyard.

    • David Mathay
      David Mathay 5 ай бұрын +1

      Yup. Corner stones. Marking the perimeter of graveyard/cemetery.

    • Conway Noel
      Conway Noel 5 ай бұрын +15

      Goes to show that none of us own anything we merely mind it for the next generation. Those souls in the graveyard simply passed the land on , may they remain resting peacefully.

    • sean swader
      sean swader 5 ай бұрын +9

      I would love to prospect around the old house; I'm sure there are some nice coins and possibly buried jar time capsules. It was custom back in the day.

  • Pacific Northwest Hillbilly
    Pacific Northwest Hillbilly 5 ай бұрын +163

    Looking forward to this series, always wanted to see someone starting from scratch on a property.

    • smits
      smits 5 ай бұрын +1

      @Gary Laszewski PNH is doing a yearlong series on restoring a D4. I replied to him.

    • Gary Laszewski
      Gary Laszewski 5 ай бұрын

      @smits I must have missed something. Are you talking about Andrews D4, or a different D4? I thought a dozer would be a better machine for opening up a driveway?

    • Gary Kemp
      Gary Kemp 5 ай бұрын

      Another well done video, Jesse. Keep em coming....

    • smits
      smits 5 ай бұрын +2

      Can’t wait to see the D4 in action!

    • The Home Pros
      The Home Pros 5 ай бұрын +4

      I am also very excited for what the future holds for this property, love these types of vids

  • KarenL1251
    KarenL1251 5 ай бұрын +45

    Jesse, I thoroughly enjoy everything you post. All of your videos are highly entertaining, and I absolutely love seeing your boys, and watching them grow. You post it....I'll watch it! I am a loyal fan here. I hope the work will continue on your house. I'm so looking forward to you and your family living there! Take care, and always be safe.

  • Frederick Moller
    Frederick Moller 5 ай бұрын +34

    I see you are having 'fun', I believe that most of us are also having 'fun', I now that I am watching this awesome video and project. I honestly can't wait so see more! Thanks Jesse.👍👍👍

  • lowercaseCAPS
    lowercaseCAPS 5 ай бұрын +17

    This is going to be awesome to watch as you progress! I hope you and Andrew get to work together on this at some point! :)

  • John Warden
    John Warden 5 ай бұрын +19

    A very smart move on your part Jesse, looking forward to more videos on your progress towards a speck house and your parent's property across the road.

  • jeremy bjerk
    jeremy bjerk Ай бұрын +7

    The more videos I see Letsdig18, Camaratas, & coming across your channel the more I want to get into doing some of my own. I purchased 46.5 thick wooded acres almost a year ago and after getting several bids to clear off 15 acres I decided to purchase a dozer to clear myself and sell after completion. It’s been a slow work in progress as well as a learning curve with no experience running equipment. I’ve come along way since, now I can run the dozer way better as well as work on it as I learned if you run it you have to know how to work on it as well. Recently rented a Link Belt 145x to burn the majority of brush piles and now have 12.6 acres cleared. Me and wife plan on building a barndominium and establishing a small homestead with a few head of cattle in pasture and keeping the back 31 wooded with food plots to hunt. May start a channel the wife is pestering & saying I need to as well.

    • John Dawson
      John Dawson Ай бұрын

      @Charles Franklin yeah, land is expensive just about anywhere now. 7.5 acres near me for sale, wooded, no electricity, driveway, ect and asking 89k for it

    • Charles Franklin
      Charles Franklin Ай бұрын

      I would have watched from the beginning, I’m hoping to buy land myself and don’t want to pay so much damn money

  • jigglejellow
    jigglejellow 5 ай бұрын +9

    Was really hoping this was an old series so I could binge watch it all like I do with Andrew C's videos. Looking forward to the new one!

  • Dale Premo
    Dale Premo 5 ай бұрын +7

    That was fascinating, Jesse, and we're almost as excited as you are starting this project. I knew you'd find something historic on that property but had no idea it would be that family graveyard and foundation. The history runs so deep in New York state it'll be interesting if you learn more - I'm sure old records in the area probably tell about that Gregory family - they must have been very early British settlers there. I do know there was a cholera epidemic in that area at about that time. Thank you for sharing this with us and we're looking forward to more!

  • pat k
    pat k 5 ай бұрын +6

    awesome property, the heritage in the stone walls and graveyard brings a whole new consideration to the property, to honor the work and lives , pain and sorrow of previous settlers which we perhaps no longer appreciate! tread with respect! looking forward to your upcoming videos!

  • Bob Balbirnie
    Bob Balbirnie 5 ай бұрын +6

    Interesting piece of land Jesse, looks like your mom could have a good time with all the rock walls and the soil seems something that would be good for growing food in a self sustainable way. Looking forward to future videos of you developing it into something many would love to have, pretty amazing price for a beautiful piece of the world. More of this is a welcome addition to your channel and a midi excavator added to your fleet sounds like a real good fit. Keep them coming if you are able, be well.../B

  • PERK Builders
    PERK Builders 5 ай бұрын +27

    Heck yeah! I miss me some good old excavation videos. Project looks exciting!

  • Karen K
    Karen K 5 ай бұрын +4

    I would love to see more of these videos! What a great piece of land that also allows you to explore its past history. Just think of the wonderful things you and your boys might find around the ruins. Kudos to you for planning ahead.

  • Jimbob
    Jimbob 5 ай бұрын +6

    I have been following your own house build since the beginning and I look forward to you moving forward in your "new career" in the years ahead. Your videos are becoming more polished and your choice of music suits the videos also. To find the headstones on your new property (and also to include the piece of video about them) adds a special interest to everyone. I also like the fact the you saved the large vine. And dont be shy about facing the camera because most people like to get to know the person behind the great work and great ideas........best of luck with both builds.

  • Brian Elliot
    Brian Elliot 5 ай бұрын +4

    That old stacked stone foundation might be a fun added attraction to the property if it’s not in the way. You could put a hot tub there or perhaps just a cosy place out of the wind. I think your mom could refurbish the stones as needed.
    I’ve never seen vines like that. I was thinking that thick twisted vine would make a cool newel post for a set of stairs or something.
    Looking forward to this series.

  • Sue swift
    Sue swift 5 ай бұрын +2

    Good to see you working your new property, Jesse. You are one smart and talented young man. Great to see the family and how much the kids have grown! Love your videos, enjoying them from The Lone Star State.

  • mark thompson
    mark thompson 5 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you Jesse, I really enjoy watching your videos. I would love to do what you're doing. It gives me drive for my life even though I will never likely walk your path.
    Keep showing people what work REALLY is. You are providing wisdom to the masses. Planning for the future is something many kids of today (and yesterday) have not even considered.

  • Brent King -gmail King
    Brent King -gmail King 5 ай бұрын +14

    Congratulatons Jesse on your land. I love all you videos... Please show all you can. Glad to see you doing well.

  • Peter Armstrong
    Peter Armstrong 5 ай бұрын +3

    Keep going with your enjoyable videos Jesse, your way with the presentation is excellent and always great viewing.

  • Morgan Poupard
    Morgan Poupard 2 ай бұрын +1

    Best video I’ve seen on this so far! Appreciate the level of detail and length.

  • Peter Slegers
    Peter Slegers 5 ай бұрын +1

    Those historical walls are nice. I especially like the entrance wall at 1:01:14 because you can turn it into a recognisable marker of the property with a light and a letterbox. At around 13:00 you've scooped a bunch of flat rocks which might indicate that there was a similar wall on the other side of the entrance.

  • George Horn III
    George Horn III 5 ай бұрын +2

    That was so interesting! I love history and your new property is amazing! I would stay clear of the cemetery when considering house placement. I live in the town of Pittstown NY and most family plots have been registered. If you have access to a metal detector might be some interesting finds around the house foundation looks very large. Definitely was a field at one time. Thanks for sharing!

  • Unknown
    Unknown 5 ай бұрын +7

    I find a lot of inspiration from your videos. I wish I had the resources available to male some thing happen like you have.

  • Brock Roberts
    Brock Roberts 5 ай бұрын +5

    Anything you do is fun to watch Jesse. Thanks for the adventure. Great music choices you make too!

  • JC
    JC 5 ай бұрын +2

    I am impressed with the work you have done
    done in such a short time on the entrance to your
    new field ! 👍
    Congratulations on your new acquisition Jesse.
    It's sure going to be a lot of work for you,
    your house + the new property, but the long term investment will pay off.
    You're doing the right thing by thinking about your retirement, it's coming sooner than we think !...
    Thank you for this very pleasant video to watch
    accompanied by this new music from Ryan Farish. 🎶
    I can't wait to see the rest of this video !
    I wish you good luck for all the work that awaits you and
    and a lot of happiness for the whole family.
    JC (France)

  • Dustin
    Dustin 4 ай бұрын +1

    This is exactly what I am looking for. We're in the process of looking for some land to build a house with ICF and a low slope roof!

  • jaro2450m
    jaro2450m 5 ай бұрын +1

    One of the most detailed construction channel on KZclip . You preperation for any task is like coming to battle.
    I watched most of them like digging18 , dirt boss , dirty perfect, diesel creek etc. Jesse I like to see how you company growing you pouring heart in it .

    • Jesse Muller
      Jesse Muller  5 ай бұрын +2

      thanks. I am bidding on a few more properties tomorrow. Hopefully I get one or 2 of them so I can have a few builds on rotation

  • Ronnie Heit
    Ronnie Heit 5 ай бұрын +2

    Absolutely awesome piece of property and that's a great retirement plan.
    Given it's odd shape and acreage you can probably build 2 or 3 or even more spec houses on it.
    A 1/2 acre is a darn nice sized lot.
    Those rock walls usually marked property lines.
    There's no doubt that it used to be a farm.
    Given the rolling terrain it most likely was cattle ot other livestock.
    It was definitely logged no more than 80 to 100 years ago (givdn the size of the trees now there) a second time well after the family moved West.
    That was a common occurance later in the 19th century as America grew.
    Rocky ground being less desirable for farming and no adult graves.
    You could research the properties history at your county clerks office or thru your state government.

  • VDubskiee
    VDubskiee 5 ай бұрын

    i have those same stones stacked in my backyard as well here in the hudson valley… the land was cleared and the stones were used by early settlers to stack those walls.. theres a lot of information about it online its pretty amazing.. good work btw it already looks like something after a day

  • Bstiger
    Bstiger Ай бұрын

    Just like Rush mentioned, the square upright posts are the corners of the grave yard. Remember, you can't disturb that area without county approval, unless you are in a city limits. Grave yards are regulated on the local level [county / city], with only a few rules on the State level.

    JD GIBS 5 ай бұрын +3

    Jesse, looks like you made an excellent deal. Thank you for sharing. I like to see people succeed. You're a good man. Looking forward to see how you develop the property and progress with the build. Praying for your health, safety, strength, wisdom and success. Blessings brother. ☝🙏🙌💪🎯

  • Rob Mosher
    Rob Mosher 5 ай бұрын +6

    Very exciting venture and we are looking forward to seeing many more videos of its development . Are you thinking of building at least three dwellings, I know that there is enough room. A center off road driveway with three other private driveways leading to their homes. Wonderful absolutely wonderful, more please.

  • ian s johnson
    ian s johnson 5 ай бұрын +2

    I really enjoyed watching that, Jesse. Thank you for sharing. I look forward to seeing more like this real soon !

  • Phillip Jones
    Phillip Jones 5 ай бұрын +5

    That’s a wonderful idea looking towards the future. Love these kind of videos keep them coming

  • William Mcdonnell
    William Mcdonnell 5 ай бұрын +7

    good luck with your new project jesse ,love your vids & always look forward to your uploads

  • Tom Steen
    Tom Steen 5 ай бұрын +2

    Would love to keep posted on this project, I really like your content and consider you a great creator.
    Much love and kind regards

  • Kieran O Sullivan
    Kieran O Sullivan 5 ай бұрын +2

    If you can get more properties cheap, have fun clearing, building, developing etc & sell & move on then I'm here to see them! Could be cool to make each one unique from each other too maybe

  • Mick's Kitchen Singalong's
    Mick's Kitchen Singalong's 5 ай бұрын +1

    This has got to be one of my favourite vids you have done Jesse ... You and your mate work Very hard in all the Vids I've seen ... he seems like a real Good Bloke...
    Those Graves are Something Special as Well ......
    Cheers from Australia 🇦🇺🇺🇸

  • Yankee Skipper
    Yankee Skipper 5 ай бұрын +4

    yes, love these types of videos. Awesome planning!

  • toolwarrior
    toolwarrior 5 ай бұрын +1

    Jesse, I wanted to give my two cents on this kind of vid. Yes, definitely like content like this. Remember, if it is fun for you, it is also fun for us. Also wanted to let you know that Ryan's music fits the channel well and makes the content more enjoyable to watch. Keep up the great work and thank you for bringing us such great content.

  • Jay Corbin
    Jay Corbin 5 ай бұрын +1

    you should metal detect that entire property. I cant believe thats 3acres, it seems huge. I live here in Houston Tx and looking to buy land outside of Austin in the hill country. I never thought that 3 ACRES would be sufficient to homestead on. You have completely changed that for me. I cant wait to see what you do and how it turns out.

  • Jeffrey Gilchrist
    Jeffrey Gilchrist 5 ай бұрын +2

    Wow that was an impressive chat at the end ,yes looking forward to your improving this investment property and the fact your thinking outside the square regarding your future is visionary,I will continue watching your journey with interest from afar in Perth Australia you have a wonderful family and I might point out a top workman as part of your crew an introduction would be nice ,have been with you for a few years now hoping your channel grows as your content is a story in life

  • SciPunk215
    SciPunk215 5 ай бұрын +1

    Wow, what a fun project!
    I was pretty sure there would be some signs of earlier inhabitants of the land, but I wasn't expecting a graveyard.
    I'm amazed at the low cost of the land.

  • Ray W
    Ray W 5 ай бұрын +2

    Glad to join you on your journey, Looking forward to see what you can achieve, thanks for the work you do.

  • gayle
    gayle 5 ай бұрын +2

    Would love to see what you do with this property property and whatever else you put your adventures into. Also love seeing your boys and your wife there with you

  • Aston Martin
    Aston Martin 5 ай бұрын +2

    Congrats on your purchase. Smart move by your family to buy both properties. It would be nice to have a video update on this property every week. Even if its something small you doing. You are a smart guy which makes the videos enjoyable. Thank you.

  • Mark Flajsner
    Mark Flajsner 5 ай бұрын +1

    Great move, makes sense to real estate develop, with your skill set and you already have all the machinery necessary. Look forward to more.

  • JD Horton
    JD Horton 5 ай бұрын +1

    Congratulations! Love your ideas for property! Do hope you're able to share more videos like this!

  • Bradley Schneider
    Bradley Schneider 5 ай бұрын +3

    We just started finally putting in a culvert into my 40 acres in northern Minnesota here,but ran into some bad luck,the guy delivering my dirt broke his leg a week ago,didn't tell us then said my daughter will make deliveries for you ,she made two deliveries of sand then nothing..wouldn't call us back and no one wants to make a delivery on Saturday. Congratulations on your new adventure I will be watching!!

  • David Bondy
    David Bondy 5 ай бұрын +2

    jesse we love this kind of stuff keep it up,great job .god bless you and your family.

  • Living land NZ
    Living land NZ 2 ай бұрын +1

    You did a great job, I enjoyed watching that. I would look at doing something to restore and preserve the wall or something around the graves to protect them.

  • MoparFamily
    MoparFamily 5 ай бұрын +2

    I totally agree with your views on this project. When it’s yours to do as you wish, the work performed is more enjoyable. Those boys sure are growing right before our eyes! This is a project we will all definitely enjoy. God bless brother

  • Stephen Feist
    Stephen Feist 5 ай бұрын +1

    Those uprights on the cornerstones of the fence once went around the graveyard the trees inside might have been planted after all in all that's pretty cool think you should maintain that too can't wait to see the whole series and what you do with it

  • Smitty’s Shop
    Smitty’s Shop 5 ай бұрын +1

    Nice score on the property specially in the current market! Looking forward to seeing how it progresses! Nothing like a "blank canvass" to get creative on!

  • David Plourde
    David Plourde 5 ай бұрын +3

    Hi Jesse. Nice video and thanks for talking about the why behind buying the property. I like your approach to investing in properties and leveraging your knowledge, skill, equipment investments etc. Good job planning for the future. One comment, if you're building the house to sell you may want to really think about your target home buyer before you build something "different" like a green roof. While it sounds great to me it may not be attractive to all buyers. If you limit your target market you may be limiting your potential sale price. I don't know much about green roofs, maybe there's a big demand for them and I'm sure you're doing your homework. Good luck with the build.

  • Andy Stephenson
    Andy Stephenson 5 ай бұрын +2

    Really enjoyed this one Jesse, keep up the good work and keep posting your progress bro 👍🏻👌🏻

  • BlueBird Homestead
    BlueBird Homestead 4 ай бұрын +2

    Amazing how much work you can get done with a mini in a short amount of time!

  • Aspendell
    Aspendell 5 ай бұрын +10

    Those 4 square stone posts were likely the corners for a wrought iron fence surrounding the graves, which have since been repurposed.

    • david ellsworth
      david ellsworth 5 ай бұрын

      that what i was thinking to when he ask about

  • Keith Lenton
    Keith Lenton 2 ай бұрын +2

    Would love to know the history of the block land with that small cemetery and those stonewalls, someone has to live there years and years ago, and why was abandoned, hope you find the research on the family that on the land before, use it, and let us all know, by the way, I’m from Australia and love your blog.

  • HughzieTube
    HughzieTube 5 ай бұрын +11

    Put a bit of paper over them grave stones then use a crayon on its side to colour the paper in. The engraving will appear on the paper and should be easier to read.

  • young11984
    young11984 5 ай бұрын

    I love the clearing, cleaning and uncovering the floors of the forest lots, its amazing what history is waiting to be discovered in places. Couldnt force history on me in school but now its interesting to learn simple things like who those people were and what the house may have looked like back then

  • Mike Knoll
    Mike Knoll 5 ай бұрын +3

    That really came together nice, having built hundreds of homes with spec we always stayed conventional style, your area might be different.

  • delcodave
    delcodave 5 ай бұрын +7

    That's kinda neat you found the stones with dates on them. If you take a look around that area must have been pasture or was forested after the stones were in place. Most all of the trees I am seeing are no where near 200 years old.

  • AyFrame
    AyFrame 5 ай бұрын +2

    Congrats Jesse on your new purchase, great video looking forward to the next one.

  • Ron Stopfer
    Ron Stopfer 3 ай бұрын +2

    Very informative video. I have property in KS and a skid steer with some necessary attachments But the mini-Ex looks very useful, especially with the thumb.

  • Mike Brown
    Mike Brown 5 ай бұрын +1

    I'm looking forward to seeing this story unfold. Thanks for letting us see a part of your journey.

  • David
    David 5 ай бұрын +6

    Jesse you are a wise man thinking about a plan on how to retire. Many folks don't think about it until they are in their 50s or even in their 60s and that's way too late. I enjoy watching all construction it's what I did in my 20s. I really like horizontal construction AKA earth work. Best wishes to you you sir! 👍

  • Doug Stewart
    Doug Stewart 5 ай бұрын

    Jesse, I love the journey you are on and would like to see more of this type. I am an engineer that worked in an office my whole career but always have had an affinity for building properties from the ground up. My after work career was in fixing old houses and building horse ranches from scratch. Just retired to do that full time.
    I grew up in Vermont and researched the history of my home town while in high school in the late 60's. Vermont and upstate New York had a very vigorous sheep industry in the early half of the 1800's and almost all useable land was cleared for farms and the sheep industry to feed the textile mills. Vermont was 30% forested in that time period. The sheep industry collapsed mid-century with the advent of the cotton gin in the South and lands opening up in the West. By the late 1960's Vermont had reverted to 70 % forested and think now is approaching 90% forested. There is still a whole town of cellar holes and old stone walls deep in the forest where I grew up that was and is called "No town". Amazing how time changes all.

  • Horst Szibulski
    Horst Szibulski 5 ай бұрын +5

    Great piece of land! Who wouldn't like a forest with a cemetary in it?
    You really got something done for just one day, nice!
    Really looking forward how this will go on...thx for showing!

  • David Billings
    David Billings 5 ай бұрын +1

    Jesse I think the upright stones are probably boundaries for the family plot that they fenced in. Looks like a nice lot. What happens to the graves if they have to go?
    Planning for the future should never be apologized for. A lot of us do not have any fall back. Keep up the good work.🎉🎊👏👏👏👍

  • Kenneth Hume
    Kenneth Hume 5 ай бұрын

    Jesse , I like all the videos that you do , they are always interesting and I’ve learned a lot by watching them . I also appreciate you sharing your family with us .👍👍🇬🇧

  • Bill Van Dorn
    Bill Van Dorn 5 ай бұрын

    Was just thinking about Copperheads, I know it's cool now but might keep it in mind for spring and summer.
    Good work Jesse and thanks for not decimating Forrest land

  • Globalist Juice
    Globalist Juice 5 ай бұрын +5

    You've advance from clearing land, to developing land. 👍

  • MoroMoro
    MoroMoro 2 күн бұрын

    Seeing the driveway being made and stones being placed was really relaxing.

  • 80solutions
    80solutions 5 ай бұрын +9

    beautiful piece of land! already worth double with that small driveway and clearing!

  • Tony Griffiths
    Tony Griffiths 5 ай бұрын

    All the very best in your most enjpyable endeavours. Interedting and enjoyable to watch. Looking forward to seeing the roof get put on your other property, with large windows, that will be very nice. Thanks :)

  • daniel james chamberlin
    daniel james chamberlin 5 ай бұрын +2

    You should weld a chain on the bottom edges of your tail gate setup a side latch to allow you a 5 link opening for tailgating stone.

  • Phil H
    Phil H 5 ай бұрын

    I am really looking forward to this series. One thing to look out for, because the property was developed in the past, is that there may be a well hidden in the undergrowth with possibly rotten timbers over the top of it. So be careful with the family exploring the property. 😀🇬🇧

  • slowly_radish
    slowly_radish 5 ай бұрын

    Nice property! Would love to see metal detector finds- maybe old home site, barns. Nice job clearing w/o taking too many trees. 👍👍

  • Kevin Knight
    Kevin Knight 5 ай бұрын +4

    Great video. Like the way you and Andrew are forward thinkers, always planning your tomorrows. Jesse, your patient attitude is a blessing in this world of mania. God bless you and your family. 😃

  • Dawid Gawel
    Dawid Gawel 5 ай бұрын

    Please keep updating this property, love to see the progress. Thank you

  • Michael McBride
    Michael McBride 5 ай бұрын

    I enjoy watching a variety of things and I appreciate the different project you work. Seems I learn something new in almost all of your videos. So make videos about what make you happy and we'll come along for the ride.

  • hardlyb
    hardlyb 5 ай бұрын +1

    Good to start planning for the future. It certainly came much faster than I expected. Fortunately, I had planned ahead, so when I realized I wanted to retire, I was able to.

  • Trent Arbeau
    Trent Arbeau 2 ай бұрын

    Don’t know if it will help at all, but I enjoy watching your longer videos. And the start to up to date. Is the Cemetery on your property? And how does that work with markers, and how much you can do up to the graves. Looking forward to seeing your next video of this property.

  • Wrench Monkey
    Wrench Monkey 5 ай бұрын +2

    Great project, and yeah it's always better to work for yourself than a customer. But with 3 acres, couldn't it be a good deal to make two properties out of it, I mean 1½ acre is still quite good for a property, there would still be plenty of space to make a garden and grow some vegetables.

  • 古道牧笛
    古道牧笛 3 ай бұрын +1

    Great job and wish you continue to have fun!

  • stevenwskidmore
    stevenwskidmore 5 ай бұрын +3

    Love this kind of video. Keep them coming Jesse

  • Mick Reynolds
    Mick Reynolds 5 ай бұрын +1

    Jesse, a very nice purchase at a decent price and some history to be explored as well, I wonder what the local records would tell you about the family that lived and died there,
    I also picked up on the upbeat music and have subscribed to Ryan's channel .....looking forward to seeing this develop 👍

  • Rusty Nail
    Rusty Nail 5 ай бұрын +2

    Really enjoyed this one Jesse, keep up the good work . you know that you can put three home's per acre and make more money.

  • G LG
    G LG 5 ай бұрын

    Wow the history there is amazing. Wonder what their lives were like. All the best. ❤️ Look forward to the build. Peace and good fortune and good health to you and your family. 😃

  • David
    David 5 ай бұрын +1

    I love your can do work ethic. And your forward thinking about your future is something uncommon with many younger people, I know it was for me at that age. I'll bet your parents are very proud. Keep up the good work and thanks for letting me go along for the ride!

  • loren golliher
    loren golliher 5 ай бұрын +1

    As always enjoy your videos and your cemetery those are cornerstones marking the each cornerstone of the plot this is how family plots were done back in that day and age

  • Henry Kaiser
    Henry Kaiser 5 ай бұрын

    Love seeing these types of videos keep them coming ! My guess on those upright stones in the old cemetery, is that there corner posts for a fence.

  • Larry Baker
    Larry Baker 5 ай бұрын

    Jesse we love all your videos, your content the editing the way you explain the reasoning behind why you'er doing something. So keep your doing what you do my friend.Larry from Decatur,IL

  • Allan Peters
    Allan Peters 5 ай бұрын

    I enjoy all of your videos no matter the content - keep sharing with us what ever you are doing.

  • Patrick Rooney
    Patrick Rooney 5 ай бұрын +1

    Jesse I wish you the very best of luck with your plans. I'm looking forward to seeing the next video on your property. Paddy from Belfast Ireland. 👍👍👍🇮🇪

  • Fitzinny
    Fitzinny 5 ай бұрын +1

    Great video always interesting to see what you're up to love seeing your boys seeing the foundation of the old house and what they thought of it all right great video keep it up 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Suzr Timm
    Suzr Timm 5 ай бұрын +2

    I’m not sure about those graves, but could you check with the county and make sure your not on a grave site. Possibly they could give you information or drawn plans that they can give you. But I think what 6our doing is awesome Jesse 😊

  • Harry taylor
    Harry taylor 5 ай бұрын +2

    yes i agree it's fun doing this on your own time just when ever you feel like it well done sir Jesse great video

  • 125 SM
    125 SM 5 ай бұрын +3

    Great purchase , Are there any issues with building because of the graves?