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I absolutely Love this! Its a petfect way to garden if you have a back injury and an insanse dog. After reading about your water situation with the standing water, I spoke with my mother "The All Knowing Garden Expert of Texas" That was two hours of my life. She swears by Gravel, medium size for this project. Thank you much for putting your poject on Instructables.
The BO-AT Single Sheet Plywood Boat
That is a great project - would love to see some pictures when he is done and if I can help answer any questions, just let me know.
My son is going to use this design to build stand up garden tables for a school with children with special needs as part of his Eagle Scout project. Looking forward to getting started.
I have stacks of plastic milk bottles that I'm saving for craft projects and for raised-bed-fillers; read somewhere that if they're put in plastic sacks they can "bulk-fill" the space. hadn't known about concrete, thanks! I was gong to use the sack-of-bottles as a frame for a concrete "boulder" but that's be on the ground, not under it. or maybe even over it!.
Many people recommend filling the bottom of deep raised beds with.empty bottles (check plastic type for leaching). If you don't use legs you could also use rocks on the bottom. (Not concrete; it leaches "bad" chemicals.)
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Raised Garden Bed - on legs!
PVC Chicken Gravity Feeder
This Inspired me, thank you
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A sailboat would need a rudder too. To be strong and safe a center board and rudder are more complicated than this hull. The sail can get you out in the offing and you can sink like theTitanic = take it easy :-)
A sailboat would need a rudder too. To be strong and safe a center board and rudder are more complicated than this hull. The sail can get you out in the offing and you can sink like theTitanic if the whole contraption isn't made well = take it easy :-)
PVC Chicken Waterer
Love the idea - think I found my first summer project!
I would really love to see a picture of it. What about outriggers hanging off each side? Build up two thinner but slightly longer "boxes" and seal them well so they are buoyant...Love the tea idea too, nice relaxing way to spend the day.
I live in an area of the UK with fairly rough seas, and need a way to increase stability without a large keel (as I need to get it up a boat ramp)
Btw I made it 5 metres long and 1.5 metres wide. With a 5hp mower engine
A butane stove for making tea and a parfin lamp for lighting
Build a Portable Rough-Sawn Shed
Beautiful job Dan!
Not too much has changed over the five years but this year will be much different, I am going Hydroponic and will post some pictures once that is up and running some time this month.These pictures are from a couple years ago I think.
Where are the updated pics? How are they doing 5 years later?
Where are the updated pics? How is everything doing 5 years later?
I will be adding a sail in 2 weeks...waiting for paycheck
I sealed it with silicone between sheets...on the wood first Thomsons water seal...then varnish...now I'm putting fiberglass just to seal....I'm in FL in area where there is sharks so I'm beefing it up some...I put runners on bottom to help reduce tipping and make it stronger.
3 pieces of 3/4 in plywood 10 1/2 feet long 4 feet wide...this is the second I've made in the last 3 years...only took 6 hours
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