Tornado Shelter Tour S4E47 #tornadoshelter #tornado #bunker #stormsafe #shelter

I had a few comments on the last couple of homestead updates about the tornado shelter and wanting to see what it looked like inside, so this video shows the flower beds around it and a tour inside the shelter and shows how we keep cool inside with fresh air. Enjoy.
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Beetle Blaster Small Hive Beetle Traps:
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Posca Queen Marking Pens:
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Bee Pro Pollen Sub for open feeding and making pollen patties:
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I get a lot of questions about the portable hive stand I use. It’s called a Bee Mate and here’s a link where you can buy the plans for $5.95. I’m not associated with Stone Haven Life, just supporting another beekeeping business:

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DJI Mavic Pro Platinum Drone with fly more package:
Entry level Game Cameras:
Browning Recon Force Advantage Game Camera:
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