Brothers Campfire Coco Sliding, Experimenting Canadian Invasion

Yesterday was an exciting day here at Brothers Campfire! Gather round and I will tell you about it!

The day started at 0500 hours and I checked my phone to see that school had been cancelled in person for the day due to the snow. I went back to bed.

Not the Twelve Year Veteran of Life. He got right up and started shoveling sidewalks.

He made a little cash, and I wish he would have taken pictures to showcase his handiwork.

Not one to rest, the Twelve Year Veteran experimented with milk and vinegar to manufacture casein, a prerequisite for some cheeses of I am not mistaken. Apparently if you add baking soda to the mix, you can make glue.

There was a decent amount of snow so the engineering at Brother’s Campfire came in handy.

You Can See That Here!

My birds are spoiled and got to play around for quite a few hours before it refroze. Taking care of your animals is Biblical and profitable. I got 7 eggs resulting in this 3 egg quesadilla my Beloved made for me!

It snowed most of the day, and I could not get Bubbles to come inside. She loves the snow and will let it pile up on her.

It was much safer yesterday than the day prior. I had to bribe the Canadians as they demanded tribute in exchange for our safety. A soft answer turned their wrath, but I am not sure if they will be back or not.

Later, we engaged in sledding. Looking back and writing this with a broken body, I do not regret our adventure.

If you want to see some sweet jumps and epic wrecks, this 39 second clip is for you! Our Sledding Trip

Returning to drink hot chocolate as pictured at the very top, we engaged in seasoning chicken for dinner. We enjoyed it a lot!

Well, yesterday was a wild, exciting one like eating wasabi and pickled ginger. Now, I have to go to work! Hopefully, it is not near as exciting!

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

28 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Coco Sliding, Experimenting Canadian Invasion

  1. herbthiel says:

    Great fun. That Twelve Year Veteran of Life is a go-getter! Yes, your job should not be exciting.

  2. Petra says:

    Sounds super fun! We actually had proper snow several times in Ljubljana as well this year, it hasn’t happened for a few years.

    1. Benjamin says:

      ha ha! Me and a 12 year veteran of life. He is most of the clip.

      1. Cassa Bassa says:

        I am amazed that you do that in your backyard, we have to drive 4 hours and pay a holiday accommodation to get to experience that.

        1. Benjamin says:

          Well, we have to drive 2 tenths of a mile to get there….. Seriously, You will just have to move here!

  3. achme24gmailcom says:

    Awesome fun stuff bro! I need to join next time! That would be epic. Glad y’all had fun

      1. Omatra7 says:

        lol – yeah I’d say 😮😄

        It looks really cool and to see it … I think of playing in the snow with sleds and building igloos ❤️

        But then I also think of deicing the car locks, defrosting windows – and that’s if you can find your car lol and then driving in that – yuk

        The fun stuff I miss… the cold crappy stuff I don’t lol

        It looks beautiful though ❤️
        We only get rain – If I want snow I have to drive up in the mountains.

          1. Omatra7 says:

            Yes I don’t always like it lol

            Also life should be balanced though ✌️ some should be smooth like butter ❤️✌️I like it when it’s smooth like butter lol

          2. Omatra7 says:

            Hahaha lol … crunchy peanut butter

            Nah… I like it smooth lol

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