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Homestead Update

Last week the weather finally warmed up and made it feel like Spring, although tonight we are expecting near record lows in the upper twenties. But while the weather was nice last week I took the opportunity to do a little work around here. 304 more words

Homesteads

Is It a Little HOT in Here?

Oh hot pants, how I love you so.

It is finally spring in the South. What that really means is hot summer weather and lots of it. 56 more words

Hand Made

A Wreath For You

We’ve been super busy in the Le Rebobinage workshop.

Check out our new Spring wreathes!

Reduce, Reuse, Rebobinage.

Hand Made

Bench Work

With all the necessary cleaning / drying taking place in the shop, it was a good opportunity to do some bench maintenance.

On the one hand my bench is nothing to write home about. 465 more words

Work Shop

All Wet

Twice this week the check valve on the sump pump in the basement has busted, spraying water across about a fourth of the basement: the fourth of the basement where my bench, tools, and wood are at. 232 more words

Work Shop

Mongolian Archery: the inspiration

The past few months have seen me and mine engaged in a long-distance viewing of Marco Polo on Netflix as a group. It’s an immensely beautiful show with some seriously good plot points and just amazing acting, scenery/set design and costuming (oh, the costuming!). 196 more words

Drug Resistant Tuberculosis Workshop

The thing I hate about workshops is that they shop work.” Dr Immo, German Technical Assistance, 1982 Mansa Konko, The Gambia.

As soon as I found out that MSF had lined me up for a job in Swaziland, I knew I needed to refresh my knowledge of tuberculosis (TB) and HIV. 1,338 more words

Swaziland