Start to Finish: The Endurance Test

This is info from an article in the June, 2000 issue of Woodworker’s Journal. Picking the “best” finish for your most recent woodworking triumph may seem like a daunting task, given the confusing array of choices. To make the correct choice, start out by answering three primary questions before you begin: 1. How durable does […]

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Oh No! I Drowned My ‘Maters!

In a previous post (Topsy Turvey ‘Maters) I reported my experiment with upside-down tomatoes. Warning! DO NOT DO IT THE WAY I DID IT!! I am guessing (well, it’s more than just a guess) that the peat moss method should not be attempted by rank amateurs like me. I think the peat moss hold ways […]

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Rows of Veggies

I have almost the entire vegetable garden planted (seeds), and I think we’re pretty much finished with any landscape planting we planned for this year. Here’s a row by row acount of the vegetable garden: Bed 1: 2 rows of carrots 2 rows of radishes (already getting thinned out). 2 rows of lettuce Bed 2: […]

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