Monthly Archives: March 2015

Markal welders pencil

Our house is made from steel, steel posts, joists and bearers. Steel frames and steel cladding and roof. Mr Wolf can huff and puff as much as he likes. While building I have tried everything on the market to write … Continue reading

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The deck railing continues

I have been thinking for quite a while now how to tackle the corner of the deck railing. It is a little troublesome as the corner is mitred and cut out around the post. Also the rail on the long … Continue reading

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ANU School Of Art

It’s officially Autumn. We are having an Indian summer. I walk past this Art Deco beauty to and from work each day. ┬áMarch is synonymous with hot air balloons in Canberra. This morning was a triptych of iconic big Autumn … Continue reading

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Last Coat on the Bedroom Floor and a Mammoth Rhubarb Harvest

Today I got the last coat on the bedroom floor. I decided to fill the gaps between the sheets and I am glad I did. For once I read the instructions on the tin which said to fill after the … Continue reading

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2015 Garlic Crop

Yesterday was a lovely autumnal day so I planted this years garlic crop. I have doubled the amount planted this year and plan to double the crop size every year so with the power of compounding we should be able … Continue reading

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For Fans Of Design

We are fans of design, if you haven’t gathered by now. I have the book By Hand And By Eye published by the Lost Art Press which is fabulous. This is a short video from Jim Toplin one of the … Continue reading

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Excess Tomatoes

We are currently harvesting tomatoes faster than we can eat them which is a very pleasant problem to have. The solution to this is simplicity its self. Get out the Ball Blue Book and bottle away. Last year I bottled … Continue reading

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