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"Do you realise that every blade of grass is a different shade of green?" - from My Voice Will Go With You

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funny thing to blow into the garden.
30th Mar 2009, 18:11   | tags:comments (19)


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New mincer attachment for the kenwood. It goes wrowl wrowl wrowl wrowl.

Am currently attempting meat fruit, in the tudor style. Will be trying to make sausages next week - my butcher said he'd save me some skins from the next box he opens.
27th Mar 2009, 16:42   | tags:,,comments (8)

big iron

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late birthday present = waffle iron

20th Mar 2009, 16:19   | tags:,comments (1)


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found Lemmy's pedigree when digging out some other Important Documents. Couple of champion grandparents there..

Yes, his official name is "Lezayre Stargazer"
13th Mar 2009, 14:35   | tags:comments (3)

cruck this noize

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First draft cruck frame superstructure for henhouse 2.0

Am not skilled joiner (cable ties and string ftw!). Currently a moderate breeze would blow this down.
1st Mar 2009, 20:34   | tags:,,,comments (3)


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Not that kind of dogging. Really!

Logging the dog walking with vlkgps on phone, visualisation using vikingGIS on desktop computer.

Images show: satellite map, speed/time, elevation/distance in that order.
21st Jan 2009, 16:38   | tags:,comments (10)

l33t driv3r

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Pulled over safely to take photo, obviously.

1337 miles in a little under three months. I have been driving more than normal.
20th Jan 2009, 11:19   | tags:,,comments (0)


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Now installed in bedroom. Having lights on remote control is nice. Colours are fun too.

In video, the bulb is on it's fastest, least smooth colour shift pattern. The "smooth" option is much more chilled out. Individual colours are selectable from the remote, as is brightness and on/offness.
8th Jan 2009, 18:25   | tags:,comments (2)