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In five, four, three....

So we’re in the home stretch. Review is in two and a half weeks and everything is coming together. This past week I worked on the backrest, which I neglected until the very end mostly because I wasn’t sure how to do it. 798 more words

Interior Work Update 4

With the looming possibility of moving the tiny house as early as June, we’ve been trying to stick to a strict construction schedule (not that that has worked in the past). 264 more words

Tiny House Progress

Weird and wonderful #3

Not weird but certainly wonderful, I’ve been handling a good deal of ash and oak recently.   These have been firewood logs, however, with only a few bits suitable to be set aside for carving and other purposes. 789 more words


For Ash- Nuin (part II)

Back in November 2012, I blogged here about the sad news of Ash die-back disease which had entered the UK  corieltauvigrove.wordpress.com/2012/11/09/for-the-ash-trees/

I was always hoping that the my favourite Ash the largest, venerable Ash tree at the north-east perimeter of Burrough Hill iron age hillfort wouldn’t succumb to Ash die-back. 275 more words


Ash Friday

It’s been a little over two months since Kelud erupted and left Jogja covered in ash. Here’s a flashback to February during all the excitement. 490 more words