Monthly Archives: June 2015
Going tiny is not for the tender flowers amongst us who need and want every convenience life can offer. You will need to be or become a problem-solver and get creative with resources to jump many hurdles. Like they say, … Continue reading
Are you prepared for tiny visitors to your tiny abode?
Built from free materials, erected without digging, and not bad for a days’ work, this thirty-two foot fence will fill a gap between trees and provide more privacy. If it also cuts down on road noise, that will also be … Continue reading
Barbed wire from a long gone decayed fence go into the recycle bin with items perhaps a century its junior. It is so old, I can easily break it with my bare hands. Oooh, now I want to know what … Continue reading
Four beautiful giant bags of reliably untreated lawn clippings are a welcome addition of carbon to the compost heap as nitrogen is in abundance. Things are at the point where a cinder block or wooden containment system is need. Maybe … Continue reading
No, they’re not really marching, but I do wish all these tiny saplings would kindly and spontaneously align themselves single file about 600 feet to the south. I shall get ’em while they’re very young and easily moved. Most of … Continue reading
Hose clamps and PVC are keeping this roadside freebie in service, mainly to turn the compost pile. Make do!