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Kelsey's Avocado Fries
Nice. Now I do this with Cornbread instead of the eggs!
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Nice ible, but please understand the difference between a "Potted Plant" and a "Pot Plant". Veeeeeerrrry different (although a Pot Plant can be potted).
In California we can't just make campfires. In many places we have to use these (Anza-Borrego Desert State Park E.G.). Also have to keep it covered with a fine mesh screen, so embers don't blow out).....and SirCooksalot is just a "Grammar Nazi" who feels the need to educate everybody. When I read the "ible", I understood exactly what you meant.
One piece of advice; Never paint anything challenging on your geocache. When you paint "DO NOT REMOVE", a LOT of people will remove it just because nobody is around. I have found that something more polite gets better results (unless you are there to watch it all the time).
As a former Army DI, I advise using baby diapers. NOT DISPOSABLE. Get the nice soft cotton ones. Cleaning and redyeing are the first steps. Don't light or melt your polish (unless you haven't used it in a long time, and its dried and cracked). New polish is soft and goes on easy. You just have to put the diaper over your finger (or fingers), twist it so its tight, dip it in water, glop on some polish, rub it into your boots in small circles, when it starts getting rough feeling, more water and polish, keep going until you are satisfied with the shine. All you need are:1. Brush or green pad.2. Shoe Dye3. Polish4. Cotton Diaper5. Water (or spit, which is why its called a "spit shine")You don't need a shoe brush or the little round ones for the polish.
Great instructable. This is not so much for you, but for others reading this. Check with city and state ordinances before building anything that permanently attaches to your home. I live in Southern California. I helped a friend add a pergola to the back of his house, but he had to get all kinds of permits, and it had to be WAAAAAAAAY overbuilt (probably due to earthquakes). Had to use yuuuge freaking beams, through and lag bolts, and everything had to be inspected. Building it took a weekend, but the paperwork and inspection took forever.Here are just two questions that will give you an idea. This is from Costa Mesa, Ca:Q: Do I need a building permit?A:There are very few exemptions to the requirements for building permits. As a general rule, building permits are required for the constr...see more »Great instructable. This is not so much for you, but for others reading this. Check with city and state ordinances before building anything that permanently attaches to your home. I live in Southern California. I helped a friend add a pergola to the back of his house, but he had to get all kinds of permits, and it had to be WAAAAAAAAY overbuilt (probably due to earthquakes). Had to use yuuuge freaking beams, through and lag bolts, and everything had to be inspected. Building it took a weekend, but the paperwork and inspection took forever.Here are just two questions that will give you an idea. This is from Costa Mesa, Ca:Q: Do I need a building permit?A:There are very few exemptions to the requirements for building permits. As a general rule, building permits are required for the construction of structures, additions, alterations, retaining walls, and most miscellaneous structures. It is suggested you check with the Building Division prior to constructing masonry walls and all types of fencing as there may be requirements for permits. Re-roofing also requires a building permit. Swimming pool enclosures require plan review, permits and inspection. Electrical, plumbing and mechanical permits are required for new construction, alterations to existing systems, most repairs to existing systems, etc. Prior to commencement of work, it is recommended you call the Building Division and check for permit requirements. You can reach the Building Division at (714) 754-5273.Q: How do I obtain building permits?A:The scope of work determines how permits are obtained. In most instances, permits for attached patio covers, block walls/fences up to six feet in height, in-ground pools, retaining walls up to four feet in height, storage sheds, etc., may be issued at the counter. A minimum of two site plans are required. The site plan must indicate the property layout and show the location of the proposed work. Standard plans are available for block wall and patio construction. Permits for minor residential repair work, such as water heater change outs, electrical service upgrade, furnace change outs, etc. are generally issued at the counter. Permits for larger projects usually require plan check. The Building Division counter staff is available to assist you in obtaining your construction-related permits. The Building Division counter is open Monday through Friday (except holidays), 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Note: It is suggested you arrive at the Building Division counter no later than 4 p.m. if possible. This will allow adequate processing time for obtaining over the counter permits and/or plan check submittal.
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Got caught up in the URL thing, and forgot to say Nice Instructable. :-)
I understand why YOU used a shortened URL, but nobody here knows that you are an honest person. Shortened URLs look very suspicious to many people knowledgeable about Internet Security. I nor many people I know will click on a short URL from anybody we don't know. So, it doesn't matter why YOU used it. What matters is what the rest of the world thinks. Not trying to be rude, just honest. You might want to find a different way to track clicks.
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Nice one. Keep it up. Once you get started doing instructables, you won't stop!
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Leather Tool Roll
Nice tool roll. Anybody looking for leather for projects should check out their local thrift stores. I buy leather clothes and scrap for pennies. Great for practice.
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TAKE YOUR SHOES OFF WHEN YOU'RE SITTING ON FURNITURE! HAHAHA Very nice instructable. Never thought of casting a broken leg. I usually go the long route, and remake the leg out of wood. Next time I break my leg, I may just amputate and recast the stump! ;-)
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Thanks for posting this. Are you the builder, or is this someone else's project?
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