Brothers Campfire Vegetarian Frogs, Videos, and Recording it all.

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

First of all, I would like to thank Matt David Snyder for reading Chapter 1 of the Ongoing Tale on his podcast! You can listen to it here at

Matt is also the author of A Prolific Potpourri. I am really excited as I have a voice like Kermit the Frog and I would have butchered it if I tried.

A Farmer, Hard At Work.

I also would like to give an update on my paid video making software.

Recently, I wrote a post about Inshot Inc. because they took away the full version I had paid for. You can read about it here.

After numerous communications on my end were ignored, I began the process of leveraging influence to get my software back, and I did.

The Fine Print Says “Evermore” We will see.

I hate when folks get bullied out of hard earned cash, and I do not believe they would have restored my purchase without a lot of noise.

While I did update the blog post to reflect that the problem was resolved, I will not be taking it down due to the level of effort required on my part and there were no follow up emails or communications from Inshot. The public needs to be informed of these practices.

Chateau Cherie, speaking out against bullies is something you are not alone in.

Speaking of bullies, I found that there is a raccoon that is bigger than my dog coming by to visit and very likely killed one of my ducks. He was difficult to chase off and I had to put my animals in the shed for the night so he would not eat them.


In the next clip, you can see the protective role Trumpet plays in these endeavors. She is a good goose.

Well, that’s all for now. I will catch up with you all tomorrow!

Author: Benjamin

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

42 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Vegetarian Frogs, Videos, and Recording it all.

  1. eob2 says:

    You know what they say, Squeaky wheel gets the grease. Guess you squeaked loud enough, go for you.

    Dang that’s a bid raccoon!!

        1. Benjamin says:

          I know. The last one was in a temporary fenced in area when it got got. They need mobility to get away.

  2. Cassa Bassa says:

    Just listened to Chapter one narrated on anchor, I look forward to hearing chapter 2 next month. 👍

    1. Benjamin says:

      Cassa Bassa, I am glad you enjoyed it. He is an excellent narrator!

  3. Beverly says:

    Wow, yes, that raccoon is huge! Trumpet is amazing! Praying that raccoon will move on, far away!

    1. Benjamin says:

      Trumpet is very protective. I will need to start relocation of them!

      1. Beverly says:

        That is wonderful that she takes care of them. That is great that you will be able to relocate them to protect them from the raccoon and other predators!

          1. Beverly says:

            Hope so as well. 🙏

    1. Benjamin says:

      I am not sure about going out with a pig, but hey, to each their own!

  4. hcmorris77 says:

    That is a big coon…we’ve got one about the same size here, but I haven’t seen him for a while. All the fox, coons, opposums we have around here – as well as other critters – makes me leery of acquiring chickens. My neighbor tried raising Guinea hens a few years ago, they all got eaten.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thanks again for the shout out Ben, I look forward to recording more 😁

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