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Protection against wind and weather. | Bicycle storage | Take a day to do yourself and your bikes a favour with this bikeport. The costs for the bikeport are approx. £320.The following construction guide applies to solid spruce wood. Simply have the required posts, joists and roof boards (see material list) cut to size at the DIY store or by your carpenter. If you use other materials or material with a different thickness, adapt the parts list accordingly.You will find a detailed material…


Best water heater human ever designed - wood burner stove bottom and water tank above. Make your bathroom lovely warm and you have endless hot water supply as long as you have cold water and wood :)

from Etsy

Ready To Ship GRANNY SQUARES Hand Crocheted BLANKET Retro Afghan

This lovely retro vintage style blanket is constructed using 120 squares with floral or sunburst centers using 3 different colors all set in gorgeous background of grey. There are 10 rows of 12 squares. The blanket measures approx 52 x 62. The border incorporates all the neon colors pink,yellow & orange. Made using good quality acrylic yarn it is both soft, snuggly and warm. Machine washable and can be dried at low heat, though also air dries very quickly as well. Handmade in Scotland…

from 1001 Gardens

Diy Tutorial: Fog, Water, Rain! Create Your Own Water Cycle in a Plastic Bag

Here is the How-to : 1. Fill clear, plastic cup half way with water. Put 1 or 2 drops of food coloring in the water and stir. 2. Mark with a permanent marker where the water level is. 3. Draw arrows going around the outside of the bag to describe the water cycle. Begin with evaporation starting at o…


Lesley Richmond= Cotton/silk fabric, heat reactive base, metal patinas 47" x 32" -all of her works should be seen close up at the site.

from This Old House

How to Install a Mini-Split AC Heat Pump

How are you keeping cool this summer? Here's an easy-install way to provide cooling (and heating come winter) without ducts—and no window units!