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I’ve been working on an X shaped bar for several months now. The whole project was an evolution of ideas, starting with the desire for a more open [..]
I’ve been investigating how sand blasters work in order to speed up my learning curve. You see, I haven’t saved enough yet to purchase the required equipment, and [..]
About three weeks ago, I noticed that one of my cherry bushes was not doing well at all. The temperature at that time was well above 90 degrees [..]
I planted quite a few potatoes this year, and I just couldn’t wait anymore to try them out. I was going to rip one of the plants out [..]
Do not try this at home ! If this process is not followed correctly, bad things can happen. I’m planning to make five batches of Bio-Char this winter, [..]
As I was walking up my steps into my backdoor, I glanced down at my now two year old sage plant, and wondered what I could use it [..]
While leaving the farm on my way to work this morning, I noticed one of the natural springs flowing a bit more then usual. It was nice to [..]
Kids: Don’t try this at home ! If the gases do not properly escape during heating, you will be in trouble. Somewhere during my life, I either learned [..]
I grew hot peppers for the first time this year, even though I’m not a big fan of spicy food. I figured my nephew would find a use [..]
Now that the first frost has cleared most of the garden, it’s time to enjoy the harvest. Throughout the summer, I’ve been dicing and freezing various veggies for [..]