Classic GMC Motorhome Repurposed for Elder Care
I love this. Great work, great cause.
Tools + Materials
Meet Your Saw
I love this. As a PT, I often see people without full upper extremities who have been fitted with prostheses sit in corners or on shelves unused. My feeling is it's at least partially because the person was not a part of the planning process for the formation of the prosthesis. I really like this because it's user driven. Kudos.
Fuzzy Stump Socket Prosthetic
Outdoor Kitchen - Casting Concrete Worktop With Curved Edges
Thanks. I always have rolled on hand but will need to track down some whole oats. I plan to give your recipe a try.
The ground oats. Starting from rolled or whole?
Build a Caja China ~ Roast a Pig in a Box
Pre-heating the pan is key. You can see in the photo of the batter being added to the pan that there is some "fry" activity happening as the batter hits the hot oil. This helps form the light crust on the bottom of the cake which adds to the texture and ensures the cake will not stick. I adapted this recipe from my cornbread recipe.. I learned from my mother to put the batter into hot oil rather than a cold pan. Thanks for asking and I hope that you give the recipe a try!
GF Cast Iron Coffee CakeView Instructable »
Do you think putting the matte poly over the epoxy might work? I'm thinking that the stump would suck up a huge amount of poly without some kind of sealer being applied first.
Raspberry Pi Class
I am not meeting with success in getting my chicks and keets to learn to drink from the nipples. I have given up on the traditional chick waterer for exactly the reasons you mention.Any suggestions for getting them to learn to use the nipple?
Not as far as I can tell. I don't want them to dehydrate but if I put the flawed chick waterer back in they will have no reason to try the nipple.Frustrating.
Table Saw Class
Very nice. I'll be working on my one this fall. I guarantee it will be much more "rustic" than yours!
I live in rainy Pennsylvania, literally in the Rust Belt!
As the owner of a nasty scar on my abdomen from a cattle panel that I cut with bolt cutters, I like the idea of grinding away the sharp edges.
Any concerns about failure due to corrosion of the non-galvanized mesh?