Adrian Grenier visits "The Talk" from his Texas ranch and opens up about his move from New York. "I moved from the Big Apple to the big outdoors...It was time in my life to reorient everything to be closer to family, community and of course nature. Growing up 40 years in New York, and not seeing much nature, I needed to really get back to the land," He adds. "So slowly, but surely, we are starting to revive the land and grow food, expand our food operation. We just actually put some grapes in for wine in the future. We're going have chickens and llamas and goats and donkeys, ducks, guinea hens, this is going to be an animal sanctuary." On what he misses most about New York City, Grenier confesses, "My mom. She hasn't come to visit me quite yet, so I miss her a lot." He also reveals what he misses the least. "The concrete, I haven't seen concrete in days."