Monthly Archives: May 2011
My wife wanted to build a raised-bed garden as cheaply and easily as possible. She bought a load of compost, but she didn’t want to buy railroad ties, hay bales, cut granite blocks, or whatever it is that people use … Continue reading
I’d like to bend sheets of foam. I’m working up to making radio-controlled airplanes, but I’ll write more about that later. I’m pretty sure I saw a YouTube video about making a foam bender out of nichrome wire and glass … Continue reading
I guess Governor LePage has at least one strength. I found it in my barn.
Here in Kennebunk, like the rest of New England, we take our town meetings very seriously. In other parts of the country, when somebody talks about a “town hall meeting,” they mean a politician drops by to answer some questions. … Continue reading