Victorinox Tomo Mint Green, it’s probably not like the best camping knife, but it’s adorable
- January 13, 2014
Wayne Morgan Knives… Beautiful!!!
- December 2, 2013
To get privacy without resorting to a heavy, light-blocking wall, homeowner/designer Scott J. Johnson created these wood panels to separate his yard from the neighbors’. Here’s how to make them yourself: Step 1: Plan your panel arrangement. You’ll need to dig holes approximately 42 inches deep every 8 feet or so. Consider renting a power auger for speedier digging. Step 2: Position cedar posts in the holes. Backfill with gravel and then soil. Use a level to ensure posts are perpendicul…
To get privacy without resorting to a heavy, light-blocking wall, homeowner/designer Scott J. Johnson created…
- February 4, 2013
How to run power anywhere…
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50 foods to put in a jar.
- January 14, 2013
How to estimate remaining daylight without a watch.
- January 2, 2013
Portable Spice Kit for On the Go Flavor!
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