#886 Getting EVERYTHING I Can out of it! Rented Excavator

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Outdoors With The Morgans

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Busy day! From DIY Rustic Center Piece, to mowing with Exmark, Walnut logs and Moving Dirt! Equipment used in todays video was the Kubota KX-080 Excavator, Kubota MX 5400 and the Exmark Later Z S Series
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Equipment that we use on the Property:
Kubota MX 5400 with Cab
Kubota BX 23S with Loader, Mid Mount Mower and Backhoe
Woodmizer LX 150 Sawmill
Wallenstein FX 85 Skidding Winch
Wallenstein BX 52R Chipper
Polaris 900 Crew Side x Side
Wolfe Ridge Compact Commercial Log Splitter

the lawn man
the lawn man Ай мурун
Multi tool for cutting a small slit.
Joe Bledsoe
Joe Bledsoe Ай мурун
At last years Christmas function at work someone bought what was supposed to be an plastic ivy to go around some Poinsettias. It was actually plastic Marijuana leaves. The President CEO guy said during his speech That whomever bought the ivy needed to com see him in HR after we were done. That was so much better than looking at flowers. Yea great idea on the biscuit cutter.
313 grower
313 grower Ай мурун
We are very happy for you guys and can't wait for the new building. Sweet Morgans. 👍
Russell Deem
Russell Deem Ай мурун
Make sure to cover the walnut lumber. The sun will bleach the browns and turn them yellow.
James Lee
James Lee Ай мурун
bet you are gonna hate to see the excavtor go
John Grossbohlin
John Grossbohlin Ай мурун
I've got a couple chestnut trees too... the squirrels and some Asian neighbors used to compete for the nuts but last year, after being here for 25 years, the deer discovered them. I'm in an urban area but that doesn't stop the deer from walking down the streets from the woods at night to get to my property. The deer gorge on the chestnuts nightly and in the morning there are few to be found. I'm already seeing deer scat in the yard so I'm sure they'll be back in force soon... The squirrels and neighbors will be disappointed (and my son when he has a hankering for chestnuts).
Gary Crumrine
Gary Crumrine Ай мурун
I cannot believe you are getting 40,000+ views within hours of posting the Video. Way to go Mike and Melissa
Faye Wright
Faye Wright Ай мурун
I’m from north of Toronto Canada....Sunderland on. I am a farmer and I really enjoy your videos and watch them faithfully. Thanks so much for all the knowledge and entertainment....Orville...this is my wife’s iPad I use. Thanks again!
Alan Horning
Alan Horning Ай мурун
Looks great Mike. I had to make one and want it to stay that way. I'm sure my wife would find away to add flowers to it somehow😜
Larry Garner
Larry Garner Ай мурун
Great job on the centerpiece. As usual great video.
Chuck P
Chuck P Ай мурун
Thanks Morgans. Hi to Hunter & Ty
Firestg Ай мурун
You could cut the kerf for the axe in the cookie with an oscillating tool. Keep up with the great videos. I really enjoy them.
Shane Zettelmier
Shane Zettelmier Ай мурун
A Dremel tool and a cut off wheel will make a nice little Cut into the wood, or one of those oscillating saws they use on trim and stuff like that, if you don’t have one it’s worth the investment, for cutting really close to a surface like under a cabinet or trim on the floor they work really really well and have a ton of uses.
Jim Ай мурун
A biscuit joiner.
Heath Worsley
Heath Worsley Ай мурун
You might be able to put superglue on the axe when you tap it in it will not damage the steel at all obviously and I don't think it will damage the cookie for the centerpiece but I am no expert
Rick McDonald
Rick McDonald Ай мурун
Mike, you should consider just flattening out the borrow pit and moving your splitter over off the driveway...love your channel
Larry Kluck
Larry Kluck Ай мурун
👍👍👍 Around my house I think it is 200-300ft to the bedrock it could be more
Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder Ай мурун
RIDGID JOB MAX 2.5 in wood blade
myzipie Ай мурун
I am not going to tell you how to do your videos.. but just a suggestion turn the camera around and show what you are doing instead of have the camera on yourself and speak in the background..You are a good looking man and all, but I would rather looking at what are you doing. Like I said, just a suggestion.Love what you are doing, cant wait for the " big built".Regards to the family.
Mike Elwood
Mike Elwood Ай мурун
I like your centerpiece. Don’t overthink it.
Frank Federico
Frank Federico Ай мурун
Mike the grass came back good! What type of grass mix did you use after you buried that black drainage pipe? I need to get some of that
andrew roppoli
andrew roppoli Ай мурун
a router
Evan Kibbe
Evan Kibbe Ай мурун
Cool beans
Barry Haynes
Barry Haynes Ай мурун
What happened to the intros and outros?
Rick Larkins
Rick Larkins Ай мурун
Just wanted to say Thanks Mike ordered some Ariat M4 Rebar relaxed fit boot cut jeans most comfortable pants I own . I now have a new style to work in!!
Bill Fenner
Bill Fenner Ай мурун
The biscuit cutter is the best option.
Roy Clemo
Roy Clemo Ай мурун
Have I missed a video? I haven't seen Mike repair the Pond dam, where it over flows. Hello from New Brunswick Canada
Roy Clemo
Roy Clemo Ай мурун
Oh, just got my answer. Should have watched the whole video first. LOL
Tom Fillmore
Tom Fillmore Ай мурун
great video Mike good looking shale that will come in handy have a great day
provisions123 Ай мурун
Mike, you talk a load of old toffee, you never complete any project, still waiting to see you and the family use that Tree house thingy in the woods that was going to be so wonderful. You havernt even fin ished it yet. toffee,toffee,toffee.. The only positive side to your channel is your camera work is excellent and your choice of music is great. But you talk a load of old toffee...
AK Jay Dub
AK Jay Dub Ай мурун
Plunge router, maybe a spot of clear glue or caulking. Love the centerpiece idea, that is better than posies!
G W Ай мурун
Plunge in a router bit
Old Tireman
Old Tireman Ай мурун
Nice axes. Not Brant & Cochran by any chance? Make for pretty pricey centerpieces.
Major Rick Corbin
Major Rick Corbin Ай мурун
[Q] What does a Lawyer wear to work? [A] a Law suit
Old Tireman
Old Tireman Ай мурун
Plunge router with a 1/8 or 3/16 straight or fluted bit should do the trick. Or an up spiral bit.
Jeff Hartmann
Jeff Hartmann Ай мурун
Nice video Mike…fyi, I rented a skid steer to help move some landscape rocks around. My first time on one. Not doing to badly as long as I go slowly.
Start Building Your Dreams!
Start Building Your Dreams! Ай мурун
Mike, Good excuse to invest in a new tool or to just have fun with the tools you have. I would try a smaller saw such as one of the new 4” or 4 1/2” trim saws (20V Dewalt 😉). That should give you a shorter length of cut and go as deep as you need for your axe blades. Other options are to use a Rotozip with a wood bit, but the bits often break. A Rotozip is definitely a better tool for grout removal or drywall. A router with a narrow bit and straight edge will work. Simplest answer, just clamp it down and hit it with one of your narrow blade chainsaws at the angle you want... Thanks for the inspiration! I have been watching since you were using your L series . What you and your family have done with the channel is truly amazing! Just my 2 Cents...Hope this helps! ~SBYD!
Randy L
Randy L Ай мурун
Biscuit joiner has a tiny blade for the plunge cut and the blade is a little thicker.
erkeltree Ай мурун
Second thought. You should get that walnut you sawed out of the sunlight asap.
erkeltree Ай мурун
Mike we wish for Melissa to be an excavator operator and we are sure she will love it. Ladies love to play in the dirt too. LOL
J.w Byrd
J.w Byrd Ай мурун
Biscuit cutter
Malcolm Cavalier
Malcolm Cavalier Ай мурун
Mike is just like a kid with his favorite toy in the sand box , dig a hole and then fill it in just so he can dig another hole. (never too old to enjoy our toys)
Ken Haslam
Ken Haslam Ай мурун
Hi it’s Ken from Crewe Cheshire England, another good video, Mike where you are digging out the shale and back filling that would be a good spot to build your sawmill set back with room for putting logs on the wood mizer, it’s only a thought 💭
Andrew Watkins
Andrew Watkins Ай мурун
Where do you live? What state or erea
Rickster 1234
Rickster 1234 Ай мурун
You could get information on soil surveys that the government completed years ago. They sampled fairly deep and they are comprehensive in information.
Mike Mcguire
Mike Mcguire Ай мурун
Enjoyed. Have a great day.
James Alsup
James Alsup Ай мурун
Mike you make running the excavator so easy. Enjoy y'all's videos a lot.
John Bradley
John Bradley Ай мурун
Finally cooling down over here in Southeastern Pennsylvania 🤗🤗🤗. Love to the Morgans ❤️
Jacob DeMoss
Jacob DeMoss Ай мурун
A rotto zip or plug cut router can Customize cut length
john McIntosh
john McIntosh Ай мурун
Not counting the manhours, that you enjoyed anyway, the monthly cost of the excavator was well and truely cooped over and over again, just getting rid of all those trees alone would have covered it and you did so much more collecting shale, topsoil and excavating the new site, I truley think it was a bonus and then you could add the world wide entertainment, I am in Sydney Australia, not West PA...lol
Roy wadsworth
Roy wadsworth Ай мурун
i like it just like it is if the long cut might try some wood glue as a filler
Michael McMahon
Michael McMahon Ай мурун
Mike, .. how many times have you been to an event where you can’t see a couple people just across your table because the flowers are in the way? ... I like the hatchet on the table. ... they’ll have to keep away from any political talk or things could get ugly.
Bernhard Bohlig
Bernhard Bohlig Ай мурун
Hi Mike For similar jobs I use a plunge cut with my battery powered Stihl chainsaw which has a very slim cut. Works very well. Best wishes to all Morgans+dogs Bernhard from Germany
Jony P
Jony P Ай мурун
HI Mike! i have nothing to do with trees saw mills and logs. the temp is 110 F . BUT i love your channel ! its the motivation to do things every day after work, that i like. -keep it on bless you!
Paul Given
Paul Given Ай мурун
Hi Mike love your channel, the fall rapidly approaching a favorite time of year for me.I was never around excavating mining,the word overburden you was using new to me.I googled it and now I understand🙂. Would love to operate equipment like you can. Retirement rapidly approaching will be playing learning on Dad’s Kubota L245 I believe ,with front bucket.Worked in HVAC whole life great trade but now getting time to turn the page.I love the finer things of life you refer to. Sure admire your life you live! Hopefully next year get to see you guys again at some of meet greet,ie Paul Bunyon show.
Thomas Landry
Thomas Landry Ай мурун
Use a chisel to create the opening
gary salatino
gary salatino Ай мурун
Mike Multi-tool will work just fine, since you already have the dewalt line pick up there Multi-tool, tool only for 109.00 on amazon
Neil Snow
Neil Snow Ай мурун
If ya mix some sawdust with some epoxy and then fill the plunge cut then stick your axe into the cut that will work the sawdust will help hide the hole from the plunge cut (fine sawdust)
Jimmie Burleigh
Jimmie Burleigh Ай мурун
Sharp ax and wack it just don't wack it hard.
103m95g Ай мурун
how is the clover coming in in front of the mini cabin/Deer tower?
Peter Obergfell
Peter Obergfell Ай мурун
Hello, I would take the Flex with a small 2mm disc - Greetings from Germany Black Forest Hallo, ich würde die Flex mit kleiner 2mm scheibe nehmen- Liebe Grüße aus Germany Schwarzwald
Debbie Bristow
Debbie Bristow Ай мурун
Rich Bissonnette
Rich Bissonnette Ай мурун
What did you decide to do around the pit and shop pad, grade or retaining wall?
jacob smeltzer
jacob smeltzer Ай мурун
I wish I live near you guys. I would love to help you guys out. I like wood cutting,tractor work.
Ron Jupe
Ron Jupe Ай мурун
Just use a plunge cut router with the size (Diameter) bit. That's if you have a router.
RAH Capital
RAH Capital Ай мурун
11:41 your frenetic giggles and ocean wide smile is indicative of your orgasmic excitement
fred skill
fred skill Ай мурун
Also, why not use it to load the trailers with firewood.
Bush Pilot
Bush Pilot Ай мурун
It's not a borrow pit, unless you're planning on putting the shale back in. It's really a donor pit.
Weaver Drafting
Weaver Drafting Ай мурун
Cookie Cut -- You may want to try out one of those oscillating cutter tools - that would give you the cut but with a much smaller length. Thanks for the video -- Bob
James Taylor
James Taylor Ай мурун
Mike when do you start putting up steel for new shop. ?
T Mackie
T Mackie Ай мурун
Centrepiece is lovely
fred skill
fred skill Ай мурун
Mike, I think you might want to pull the rest of the fence before you give it back.
Scott Canaday
Scott Canaday Ай мурун
Hey Mike I haven’t heard you talk about your new grapple. Do you like it as much as you liked the granite grapple?
Patrick Wagz
Patrick Wagz Ай мурун
Who gets to supply all the axes?
Wes McCann
Wes McCann Ай мурун
Hey Mike, really like those cookies. Your method is working quite well. I would recommend coating the "bottom" sides of the cookies, either with a latex paint or anchorseal, to slow or prevent any further cracking. All of the projects just seem to be coming along nicely. The "work yard" has definitely advanced to quite the space with the wood shed, rocks and new toys. Gonna be nice to see the building going up next to the house.
Damon Marsh
Damon Marsh Ай мурун
Dremel oscillating tool or Dremel US 40 ultra saw should do it.
david kettell
david kettell Ай мурун
you are so lucky all ia have is sandstone and clay and i am only 30 miles west of you!
Stein & Company
Stein & Company Ай мурун
A biscuit jointer may do the trick for y'all... Great job as always!
John Pyle
John Pyle Ай мурун
I think you should take off work and not sleep or turn that machine off to get all the shale you can!
david kettell
david kettell Ай мурун
truump 2020
Missouri Hillbilly
Missouri Hillbilly Ай мурун
Biscuit cutter is the ticket.
Prof Dave
Prof Dave Ай мурун
I sure wish I could “cut the high side back to fill the low side” on my trails.... tough to do when the high side (and low side for that matter) is solid bedrock about 6 inches under the soil LOL!!
Bill Dawson
Bill Dawson Ай мурун
I feel your pain Dave. Certainly hard to find dirt in our neck of the woods! Lol
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Dynamite will solve your issue and mike can help you with that also😉😁
Tommy Ordoyne
Tommy Ordoyne Ай мурун
Mike, is that a glass breaking tool in the right rear of the excavator cab?
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
Samantha Kilpatrick
Samantha Kilpatrick Ай мурун
Hi mike , I really like watching your videos, I just subscribe to your channel last week.😀
Patrick Hathaway
Patrick Hathaway Ай мурун
OMG giving a real hatchet to family at a wedding... should be interesting. Have a day.
Tommy Ordoyne
Tommy Ordoyne Ай мурун
Axe throwing contest at the banquet instead of a photo booth? Have a productive day.
Gerry Spang
Gerry Spang Ай мурун
I put the cookies through a drum sander, work great. Love your work with the excavator. Keepsafe
Judith Clever
Judith Clever Ай мурун
How about a smaller saw or a woodchisel
Mark Kelso
Mark Kelso Ай мурун
Been here since the start and always look forward to the next one. Can’t thank the Morgan’s enough for the hard work and dedication to bring such enjoyment for others. Thank you!!
Mike Z
Mike Z Ай мурун
Linseed oil very flammable. Store all rags in a flame proof container. No exaggeration.
T Sykes
T Sykes Ай мурун
Use a 2 part epoxy to hold your axe in the wood. Loctite makes a good one.
Charlie Coggins
Charlie Coggins Ай мурун
What are you going to do for fill that hole?
Old Man Fred
Old Man Fred Ай мурун
Nice little camp Axe! I like your method best! It will get it done quicker?
Comp 670 Wolfe
Comp 670 Wolfe Ай мурун
Router a slot then epoxy the ax in. That way they cant pull it out without some effort.....
archie scott
archie scott Ай мурун
In Maryland we had a wet summer, you had a dry summer. I am anxious to see the skid steer loader in action. that will work well for the grading you need to do around the shale pit.
Ken Goodall
Ken Goodall Ай мурун
Use a biscuit cutter with the smallest blade to make a smaller cut for the hatchet
Sean Dever
Sean Dever Ай мурун
Oscillating saw, work great and they make the blades like 2" . Great tool for all sorts of building needs to like fine tuning trim work.
Daniel Fachner
Daniel Fachner Ай мурун
Use a router or oscillating saw to make the cut for the axe.
Bill Morris
Bill Morris Ай мурун
Drive the ax deeper into the plunge cut so that none of the plunge cut shows.
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
No because the new husband won't be able to get the ax out as quick when his best man doodles his new wife in the bathroom😁😆😅🤣😂
Greg J
Greg J Ай мурун
Speaking of acorns, last year we had a lot here in Minnesota but this year is turning out to be even worse. My driveway is covered every day with acorns the squirrels have been chewing on. What a mess and it’s just started.
Larry Kluck
Larry Kluck Ай мурун
Darn Red Squirrels at my place. Pines cones Also Minnesota
walter mattson
walter mattson Ай мурун
If I had the shale I would keep digging too. I did mow some of my trails with the brush cutter today. It was fun to be out there.
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