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4/23/2014 11:30:00 AM - 1 Comments - Read Full Post

One Big Concrete Paddy
I was measuring the place I wanted to move the cement paddy to for the grill (up hill, around a corner, and behind a retaining wall… fun, right?), and realized that it is about 1 foot longer than I would really like to put there. So here are my wild imaginings regarding it... • Put it where I wanted anyway and just deal with it being one foot too long.  (requiring some ...
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4/22/2014 3:15:00 PM - Read Full Post

Moving a Big Slab of Concrete
I am totally torn between…
“Wow that $10 yard-sale jack can do ANYTHING!”
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outdoor   DIY  

4/22/2014 3:14:00 PM - Read Full Post

Some Yard Improvement Plans
Greetings family and friends!
So what are we working on right now?   
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4/18/2014 3:10:43 PM - Read Full Post

180 Gallon Table
From the Archives:  6/29/2013
Our Goldfish "Pond" was only about 10 inches from the floor, and could not be seen very well from the dinner table that was in front of it, so we decided to move it to a taller stand.
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4/17/2014 5:53:00 PM - Read Full Post

The Beginnings of Our Outdoor World
This year will be a big Outdoor year for us.  Many of the things we have been putting off in the way of improving our yard and landscaping will be pushed to the top of the list, and hopefully we will make some big progress.
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The deco wick plants look much better on the island.4/12/2014 4:46:29 PM - Read Full Post

Getting Pretty with Wick Plants
From the Archives:  8/16/2010
I had been looking for some nicer way to wick my herbs and small plants on the island counter.  Finally I found some pretty shaped glass vases at the dollar store and used sage colored paint and sponged it onto the vase.  The house paint won't stay on the glass vase if it is scrubbed or scraped, but looks like it will stick otherwise.
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Add dirt and plant, then add water to reservoir.4/10/2014 3:57:43 PM - Read Full Post

Wick Plant Growing - Step by Step "How To"
From the Archives:  4/21/2010
I read on PineCam.com forums that some people use wicks to water their plants the perfect amount.  I am a notorious over / under water-er, so I though I would give it a try.  After looking up several (and quite expensive) methods online, I decided to try my own. PLEASE NOTE:  I am not sure how well all ...
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Denali4/1/2014 12:00:00 PM - Read Full Post

All About Me And Mine
Yep.  There I am.
No, not the handsome man.  The girl in the lacy-poof.  And that is probably the most lace and poof I have ever worn.
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4/1/2014 11:00:00 AM - 4 Comments - Read Full Post

Starting Blog
While I will go back in time to add some previous projects as archives to this blog, this will be the first official entry.   Why blog? I used to email my pictures and stories to family and friends, and then started this family site and made "albums" to tell those stories.  While a picture is worth a thousand words, I realized while looking at some of my albums, that without some context, those thousand words don't always tell the story...  Something was lost when ...

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