Luke Completely Destroys The Cast Castle


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17 responses to “Luke Completely Destroys The Cast Castle”

  1. Kaydren says:

    When I was kid, my Grandma would spread 3 old bed sheets under the mulberry trees and have us climb the trees and shake the limbs. Mulberry pie, ice cream and jelly for everyone. She also made some hella-good mulberry wine.

  2. JRizzo says:

    Well, you guys had a good run while it lasted. RIP Cast Castle!

  3. OrangeRoseMeepling says:

    I love the weekly vlog, would love to see more episodes.

  4. BrotherPaul says:

    Never buy sliced cheese or shredded they put chemicals in it to keep it from sticking ” From Chef Guy Fieri”. Always buy block 2lb cheese from Tillamook or your trusted Dairy that does not use cows injected with rBST. Also the heights you were zip lining at are pathetic. Even in USMC Boot Camp we had no Harness, Helmets or safety lines. We jumped on a 1 inch rope straddled it and slide from 50+ feet to 10ft with only 4ft of water to break our fall. Go Marine Corps!

  5. alicenwunderbra@outlook.com says:

    If I was there I would have totally made.
    French macroons with those berries !

  6. Ravenrosse says:

    Love it!! Would never live in the city!!

  7. sartoraaus@gmail.com says:

    Fuck that! I’m keeping my feet on the ground…like god intended!

  8. Reaver says:

    i know around 35 people with a bug-assult and every one of them has shot their food with it… i think its a requirement of owning one

  9. wa2ivn4@verizon.net says:

    Cast castle AKA fort Pool is cool and yes you can keep the city I am also out at the end of a long driveway on 2.5 acres in Fl. lots of work but well worth it. Enjoy cast castle vids. keep them coming.

  10. Russ says:

    You guys should be using char on the barbecue grill and not that synthetic charcoal product made using sodium nitrate to burn. Char is often called lump charcoal. The size of chunks vary much and is a much better product to cook with.

    For wasp and other six leg insect mix two tablespoons of dish soap into a quart or liter or common hydrogen peroxide, H202, placed inside a manual or pump up sprayer. This is way more effective against wasp than any of that super nasty stuff sold as wasp spray killer and is not toxic to mammals. Sprayed on wasp this mixture will instantly drop them. I mean instantly!

  11. Darthsabi says:

    Tim gets to eat all those veggies. He was the the one to shoot them.

  12. sabicas73@yahoo.com says:

    Love living in the Country. We have Mulberries and Chickens as well. Plus I love seeing all the wildlife.. I was also a City girl and there is no amount of $ that could ever make me move back !

  13. TommyGun says:

    That looked like a ton of fun. I’D love to join you guys one day.

  14. Goldwolf says:

    A boy and his dog and some high explosives.

  15. Waterrose says:

    Mulberries are soooOOoo good!