Monthly Archives: May 2015
I entitle this work “Still Life with Frustration”. Advertisements
In case anyone asks, I am prepping for the arrival of my Hamster Army. (Because few understand Humanure.)
Behold the city water inlet and ninety degree elbow. I don’t like making holes in my pristine walls, but I like bathing outdoors in cold water even less. With the latest plumbing parts purchase, cold water ought to he accessible … Continue reading
My endless supply of sawdust shall serve not only for toilet composting but as a path back into the woods. I hope it kills or at least discourages the bracken from growing there. But don’t despair fiddlehead lovers, there are … Continue reading
This used cedar glue-up patchwork panel has just been grouted. It will get sealed, drilled and and cut to serve as a mini backsplash and mounting surface for the faucet hardware. I think of this as my greaser garage aesthetic. … Continue reading
As one of the more expensive single item purchases, this will serve as both shower and sink faucet. The shower head is on a six foot hose, and will simply face the bathroom which butts up against the sink. A … Continue reading
Now I just need two brass nipples and this can be inserted into the exterior wall (there are no interior walls!) then go straight to flexible supply lines. Possibly the world’s-simplest indoor plumbing job. BOOYAH!