Our ‘bucket’ list

It seems that everyone has been putting together their ‘bucket list’ lately… during the last month at Trove farm/vineyard in the Tuscany region of Italy, we’ve had plenty of time to contemplate ours. Here’s hoping you enjoy our very unique ‘bucket list’.  Parental guidance is advised; may not be suitable for all audiences, especially those with weak stomachs.

Category: Europe, Italy
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  1. Marc says:

    OMG !!!
    I never thought I’d get so up close and personnal with you guys! I laughed my head off (and probably would’ve hurled had I followed my first idea and started breakfast while watching this video!) This is a classic, I could almost smell the fumes!

    Keep’em coming! :-)
    Marc

    • christina says:

      Hi Marc
      You won’t believe this but last night Chris previewed his video for us (Amber, Alex, Barbara and me) and as we watched the poop bucket segment we all swore we could smell the stench from earlier. In fact, it seemed to permeate the kitchen somehow – it was really weird. I think Chris did an amazing job coming up with the idea in the first place (how clever) and then coming up with the ideas for the videos. It was a stroke of luck that Amber and Alex joined us at Trove last week and that they were willing participants. Turns out Amber went to film school so it was right up her alley. The funny thing too is that Chris really did have to show Amber how to clean out the poop bucket and all month it has never smelled. The masks were just for fun but boy were they glad to be wearing them – we were all so shocked at the wretched stench. Alex almost threw up – seriously.
      Glad we could give you a good laugh :)
      Christina

  2. RoseAnn says:

    Thank you for letting me tag along with you. Are the wood shavings cedar?
    Chris, you have a cute butt!!!! Haven’ seen it since you were six months old.
    Got a good laugh at the bathing.

    • chris says:

      Hi RoseAnn!
      I do my best to serve the entertainment needs of our friends and family… glad that you’re enjoy tagging along! To be honest, I’m not sure what wood the shavings were made of, Ugo just called them ‘musical’… they didn’t smell like oak, or cedar, and for the most part, did a good job of absorbing ‘smells’… well, at least until that last time I emptied the bucket… :-)
      Chris

  3. Catherine says:

    You guys are so witty & hilarious!
    Love you & miss you!