Installing a gravel pad for a camper

Doing some tree cleanup, and brining in gravel to prepare a property for a camper.
Mud flap holder:
Laser level:
Equipment laser receiver:



  • todo bello hasta que se les cayo la casa rodante se vio clarito

    carmelo canelon lopezcarmelo canelon lopez17 saatler önce
  • you need the vibratr attachment for the yanmar,so much easier to manover.

    ronlyndz mronlyndz mGün önce
  • Curious if Andrew is married. Ive seen a few girls on his videos,but never mentions them.

    Dante PiersonDante PiersonGün önce
  • I’m amazed that little half ton was able to haul that load of wood 😧

    cameron sienkiewiczcameron sienkiewiczGün önce
  • You really enjoy excavating a lot of mud into the place youre going to back your hauler into dont you

    DuncanDuncan3 gün önce
  • Thats a lot of mud you had to get rid of. Me? I would have just dug a big ditch and put it in there. Use'n my head!

    DuncanDuncan3 gün önce
  • Nailed the rough in on that pad!

    toma1144toma11445 gün önce
  • man your a very very hard worker a very very good worker . sir Andrew .. great workmanship .sir...Fraser

    Fraser ObrienFraser Obrien5 gün önce
  • excellent video, This provided a lot of good information as a tutorial for a gravel parking spot I need to have installed on some raw land! Thanks Andrew!

    Martha BradasMartha Bradas6 gün önce
  • Excellent work, you do! The insect was a trip.

    William GurtnerWilliam Gurtner7 gün önce
  • I heard that up in the mountain area of New York, you must know how to operate a chain saw and you will be tested. If you fail the test, you will be involuntarily relocated to New York City. I think its an old law still on the books.

    kman 4443kman 444312 gün önce
  • Some times you got to love America you cant find any thing you want on the market any component any object you even dream to exist.....

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus15 gün önce
  • Andrew my frend you got to buy a wood chipper like that of course a bigger one for the wood you cut and turn it into wood pellets for fuel of course you need a second machine for pellets and you cant produse huuuuuuuuuuge quantities of fuel to eat your castle ! In my country Romania we use every thing in rural area to make pelets straus ,vegetation debris from trimming fruit trees in the spring ,or from grapes wines and wil b a big lost of fuel just burn it.......and with a automatic pellets heat central station you cant heat your house with radiators and have hot water too....

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus15 gün önce
  • Who didn’t see that coming

    greg rupargreg rupar17 gün önce
  • Frickn Stihl For Life!!

    Ted MillerTed Miller19 gün önce
  • This is fricking cool!

    Karl JanssonKarl Jansson21 gün önce
  • I'm pretty sure the guy who's helping you is Randy from Trailer Park Boys?

    George JGeorge J25 gün önce
  • @39:51 Headphone WARNING!

    Dustin MeierDustin Meier29 gün önce
  • Why wouldn't some one split the wood and sell fire wood?

    Robert GRobert GAylar önce
  • someone commented on previous videos that Andrew is a true American. I think he's wrong. I think this guy at 1:05:35 represents the true American😂😂.

    Zain SaqerZain SaqerAylar önce
  • Andrew, Do you think that would have worked if you were able to put that level device on the bucket of your skid steer? Make adjustments slowly going forward then back drag the bucket to pack it down.

    Cory FiumeCory FiumeAylar önce
    • yes

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataAylar önce
  • I watch more of Andrews videos on utube than anyone else i watch click his ads awesome channel

    AAAAAAshingHaulersAAAAAAshingHaulersAylar önce
  • Quick question Andrew. What purpose does the hay scattered over the lawn seed serve? In Ireland we would sow the seed , lightly rake it in and then roll it. As always , great video. 'Keep er lit'

    KRB Aerial Images KRBKRB Aerial Images KRBAylar önce
  • 14:27 Absolutely no PPE!

    silverwoodchuck47silverwoodchuck47Aylar önce
  • I have little knowledge except construction but your CL35 seems to be a fantastic machine!

    James CallenderJames CallenderAylar önce
  • Gotta say, it was funny enough watch you operate and use the laser level but the kicker was when you dropped that trailer trying to unhook it. LMAO.

    Sam CampSam CampAylar önce
  • wasn't afraid to fill that trailer up damn

    brad kostebrad kosteAylar önce
  • he is a good worker but the gravel didn't seem to make the mud look better should have poured a slab

    Gea JGea JAylar önce
  • Your work is very nice. God blease you and your Familie

    Jens BradeJens BradeAylar önce
  • Sip

    Win NarnoWin NarnoAylar önce
  • bro your are the one man army keep up

    Komal RaiKomal RaiAylar önce
  • Beautiful site

    abu Nadaabu NadaAylar önce
  • that guys traler must have some good springs on it to take all those logs

    greg hgreg hAylar önce
  • Oh boy....driveways and well heads don't always work well together.

    Dog ManDog ManAylar önce
  • No base course on that dirt?

    Dog ManDog ManAylar önce
  • Might help a little bit Andrew if you replaced that missing cutter edge on the right side of your digging bucket.

    Dog ManDog ManAylar önce
  • Все делает с душой Андрюха,молодец.

    sasa792sasa792Aylar önce
  • Very cool !!!

    jackie omanjackie oman2 aylar önce
  • Want to see a real man cry? Put AC in one of Elon's CYBERTRUCKS.....

    Philip GilmorePhilip Gilmore2 aylar önce
  • Gotta overlap the fabric

    Myles LenoverMyles Lenover2 aylar önce
  • Such a pleasure watching your work :)

    Mo LondonMo London2 aylar önce
  • Anyone else just gonna ignore how clapped out that dodge and trailer was

    Sgt HennySgt Henny2 aylar önce
    • That truck and trailer are perfect in this video, what are you talking about. I had just done a total refurbish on that trailer a month prior to this video.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 aylar önce
  • Thanks for sharing...quite impressive for a one-man show!

    Trebleda UaedirbTrebleda Uaedirb2 aylar önce
  • Now I get it! The new 60' Manlift for tree work. Genius. Just hire some Mexicans. If you need any, I can send an unlimited number up from Atlanta.

    Brian NavalinskyBrian Navalinsky2 aylar önce
  • Nice video. Love it. I watched every minute and ALSO the commercials so you would get full credit for it.

    ddsquared22ddsquared222 aylar önce
  • Step one two three equals done.🤺 ~ persistence ~

    Larry HuntLarry Hunt2 aylar önce
  • Is he pregnant¿? 😂😂😂

    Ashtoncranks 90sAshtoncranks 90s2 aylar önce
  • You need to add a sawmill to all your other machines.

    Steve AdamsSteve Adams2 aylar önce
  • Another amazing video. Andrew is ‘the man.’

    Al YazAl Yaz2 aylar önce
  • внизу на брызговике проушина есть, маленькой цепочкой к кузову притягивают, что бы ограничить ход брызговика к колесу!

    Сергей БеляевСергей Беляев2 aylar önce
  • 34:23 that fly on the camera was me, sorry guys

    M LdM Ld2 aylar önce
  • Great job @Andrew Camarata

    Iron Eagle ExcavationIron Eagle Excavation2 aylar önce
  • i have only on quescion... you dumpet all firewood in forest? or you use this wood in future?

    turbosnail25turbosnail252 aylar önce
    • That was used for firewood.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 aylar önce
  • A. CAMARATA: The rear tire mud flaps: just drill 2 holes in them, and tie the bottom of it ,up to the truck bed or bumper at an angle *I/* this way they just cannot get caught between the tire and the pile of gravel, or whatever; not positive about this, never tried it professionally in all situations,but i've seen it done.

    Jose PeixotoJose Peixoto2 aylar önce
    • Yeah, it is set up for that, but sometimes the driver will forget, and its rare to have them get ripped off. That's why that thing works well because it always works.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 aylar önce
  • Oh boy, when you started throwing hay around I thought, he'll be bringing in the cows next to fertilize the grass seeds he just scattered.

    Ben TaitanoBen Taitano2 aylar önce
  • Andrew I watch your videos I lot do you always work alone?

    barry swiftbarry swift2 aylar önce
    • Himself on you are all round brilliant, and I love the dog they love the water

      barry swiftbarry swift2 aylar önce
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      barry swiftbarry swift2 aylar önce
    • Andrew Camarata hi Andrew I'm from England I'm 76 now and retired one of my son is a plant fitter and I think he has modded

      barry swiftbarry swift2 aylar önce
    • Mostly. Sometimes I have help.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 aylar önce
  • Hi Andrew who is Levi not with you today or is it home sleeping doing a good job keep up with it and he’s marvellous what you do it’s nice to see young lads working

    Robert DibbensRobert Dibbens2 aylar önce
  • Jill Danyelle, the question i have to this job id why didnt you go all the way back from the road to the camper because im sure you all will be moving it in and out going camping and taking vacations. Im not being rude at all, just curious. I wish we had a guy around my area in N.C like Andrew. The guy is a work of art i believe he can do any job that comes at him. I follow him on here quite often.

    Jeremy EvansJeremy Evans2 aylar önce
  • Upstate New York from a Pacific Northwest native is Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse area. My Dad came from that are of New York. Been to that part of New York in 1981 for my Uncles wedding. Now this area that AC lives and works in I’d call mid state as it is only about 2 hours or so from NY city. Ground seems to be very hard shale, bedrock. Not like my home state at all. I have sandy river rock soil left over from glaciers. So the construction methods vary greatly because you know “HARD ROCK”. All of us who don’t live in these types of areas have no clue except by watching YT about how things are done. The road grading, foundation prep and other methods are different than my area. Also no earthquakes. Our foundations now have to be massive footers and thick bases to deal with quakes. Also snow and salt here. Definitely not that much in my area. If we get 2” in the winter the whole west coast of Seattle gets shut down.

    John KrutonJohn Kruton2 aylar önce
  • check this out for a seeder

    K DelK Del2 aylar önce
  • next time split the difference in elevation change and drag high areas to low areas. ii guess if you are charging for fill the way you did will increase your profit as you will heed 12" over the whole thing

    K DelK Del2 aylar önce
  • I set mine with bucket fully open and scratch down to proper level in a few areas and dig out to connect. a few degrees of open/close of your bucket can change elevation

    K DelK Del2 aylar önce
  • good move all that big stuff to that trailer guy, hope he has a spliter

    K DelK Del2 aylar önce
  • Did anyone notice the dead tree between the houses on the lake? Work to do!

    Roadkill3120Roadkill31202 aylar önce
  • What state are you in, Andrew? Looks like somewhere in the Southeast.

    Don FDon F2 aylar önce
  • 21:56 Constipated

    Don FDon F2 aylar önce
  • It's Andrew to the rescue...Again!

    David KeleshianDavid Keleshian2 aylar önce
  • After watching your videos I want to buy a dump truck and a mini Andrew. I already own a small bull dozer, so an excavator and a dump truck would be pretty versatile.

    A Russian AssetA Russian Asset2 aylar önce
  • I see a hay chopper in your future Andrew. LOL!

    1958johndeere6201958johndeere6202 aylar önce
  • I have not watch TV since I have been watching your channel. I worked in the engine room on ships for ten years, and just think it's fabulous work go about your work. this is now my favourite TRvision channel.

    Vincent SpratlingVincent Spratling3 aylar önce
Installing a gravel pad for a camper