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Thanks so much, this is helpful...what part of the world are you speaking from? What you call a 'story stick' we call a 'template'. I love that there are so many terms for things from different places.
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This is a very useful tool for certain situations. Indians didn't do things that had no purpose. This would be great if you were stuck somewhere with no tools! Easy for a sick, or otherwise hampered person to maintain.
Food always tastes better from these types of natural cooking solutions... don't know why, but stoneage cooking beats anything for flavoursome food.Thanks for the info, it will be fun to teach the nieces... then we can cook the fish they catch along with the bread!
Linnaeus Laptop Chair
This is awesome! As an artist, I can draw, paint small canvas, sculpt small items, and be comfortable with this ingenious thing! I want to make this out of marine grade ply and coat with marine varnish.I will definitely go get the plans.Thanks so much for bringing it to our attention.
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This is wonderful, I love it! I also love one of the other comments about possibly adding speakers.For the US - UK translation - I think pocket screws mean countersunk screws? And I think rabbits means rebates (rabbets), but it's quite obvious from the pictures.You could pin coloured lanterns or flowers or skeletons or whatever to this to go along with your party theme and just switch it whenever.I have a very small garden and this would be great to cover the veggie patch and the air-con units during parties.Do you think a wire framework on top would make it lighter? Or in hindsight, do you think there would be another way to make the top lighter/lift off for storage?
Ahhahahahahahahahahah! Oh yes! +1... I'm almost tempted.... the look on hubby's face! Now, to get him out of the house for three days, so I can carve up the wall... ;-)