Monthly Archives: March 2016

Black Knot

Here is an effective way of disposing your Black Knot trimmings. We had such nice weather over the Easter long weekend that we couldn’t pass up the chance to have a couple fire pit sessions. Which is always a great … Continue reading

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Archery

The weather has been so nice here I was able to set up my archery range and get back to practicing. It didn’t take long to shake off the rust and start making some pretty good shots. Going to be … Continue reading

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Pocket Notebook

I get asked quite a bit how I get so much done with all the projects that I start plus commuting to a full time job. I have to say that I would get overwhelmed if I did not keep … Continue reading

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Anaphylaxis

Yesterday my wife had quite the scare with an allergic reaction that went into Anaphylactic shock. Needless to say it was quite scary for me as well. It reminded me of the seriousness that we need to take with regards to … Continue reading

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Sprout Seed Paper

When I saw this I thought it was a pretty cool idea. It grabbed my attention because my wife makes custom greeting cards and I thought it might be a way she could set herself apart from the other artists with … Continue reading

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Weed – Be – Gone

Here is a Round-up alternative I saw posted on the Regenerative Agriculture group. It’s call Weed – Be – Gone and is made with regular household ingredients. I tried a vinegar based solution similar to the one above last year on … Continue reading

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Cast-iron Cookware

The more I use our BBQ and now the new smoker I have found a new love for cast-iron cookware. Used correctly and properly seasoned cast-iron cookware can be a pleasure to cook with. It can also be a whole new … Continue reading

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