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04-03-20, 09:34 AM
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Interesting: My Neighbor Sold My Land

This is kind of interesting: my neighbor sold my land.

A few years ago, a relative got into a legal match with another relative, and in the end they lost the lawsuit and ended up having to fork...
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Views: 273
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That is a pretty good idea I got a cement...

That is a pretty good idea

I got a cement mixer and the gravel, so just buying some bags of Portland Cement would be easy. I do have the lumber to build a deck, but it is kind of silly on such a...
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Views: 1,423
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Well I finally went out and got some photos of...

Well I finally went out and got some photos of the Cogenerating Unit I am building.

It bothers me to show pictures of it in a way because I always think, "I should do this before I post a picture...
03-29-20, 10:26 AM
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Views: 1,540
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Well as promised, I got some pictures...finally....

Well as promised, I got some pictures...finally. But I think it was successful, the bedroom does not look so weird now, and is more inviting.

It took a couple of days to get the door in, the...
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Views: 273
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Putting Lipstick on a Pig

We just redid our master bedroom, and looks pretty good with a big patio door, but it looks out on...drab. We would like to do something outside those nice doors, but are not sure what to do? It is...
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Just to be clear, I am using what I have because...

Just to be clear, I am using what I have because I got what I got, but if a person wanted a purchased cogeneration plant right off the shelf, I would suggest they do so differently than what I have...
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Yeah I mounted the radiator into the wall. Like...

Yeah I mounted the radiator into the wall. Like you, I hemmed and hawed on which to do...mount the radiator to the wall, or mount it to the engine and run a plenum out through the wall. Because of...
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I am still moving forward on this project, but...

I am still moving forward on this project, but slowly.

I did manage to pick up that new starter and get in on the engine. The start circuit worked, or at least sort of, it did until it came up on...
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Views: 426
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You have a lot of options: 1. Steambox (as...

You have a lot of options:

1. Steambox (as stated by someone else)

2. If it is to be painted, you can make saw cuts every so often, say every one inch, but not all the way through, which will...
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Views: 807
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I guess I would be a safety zealot, but only...

I guess I would be a safety zealot, but only because my air compressor does not shut off via the regulator like it is supposed to. My air compressor is a cheap Porter Cable and something happened to...
03-11-20, 02:17 PM
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Views: 1,540
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I picked out some interesting wood for this...

I picked out some interesting wood for this project: wormy wood. I did not plane the lumber down, but rather I put it all together in rough-lumber form, then took a sander and sanded the front and...
03-11-20, 02:01 PM
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Views: 1,540
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I managed to get out in the barn today and get...

I managed to get out in the barn today and get something done on this project.

After deciding what my wife wanted for two matching bedside tables, we went to the store yesterday and picked up some...
03-11-20, 04:51 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 243
Posted By WastePipe

Green Switch

In life, it seems the biggest gains a person can make are often so obscure, they are easily missed. For instance, sealing your home and using good insulation is boring stuff compared to buying a...
03-09-20, 11:05 AM
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Views: 1,540
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As promised I got some pictures of the work that...

As promised I got some pictures of the work that has been done.

Just to orient yourself, where the headboard now is, was once a 3 x 4 foot window, now removed and filled in. The new closet...
03-09-20, 04:21 AM
Replies: 17
Views: 1,540
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I did better than I thought yesterday. I went up...

I did better than I thought yesterday. I went up after church and looked around ye olde sawmill to see what I had for lumber, and ended up finding some Western Red Cedar. Obviously this was bought...
03-08-20, 04:58 AM
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Views: 1,540
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We managed to move a little bit ahead on this...

We managed to move a little bit ahead on this project yesterday. As my wife painted the inside of the bedroom, I worked on the outside. We have cedar shingles for siding, so I bought two bundles of...
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Views: 842
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I do have a couple of sawmills, and for wood...

I do have a couple of sawmills, and for wood pellets I have been selling tree length firewood and using the money to buy wood pellets instead. (9 cord of tree length=3 ton of wood pellets).

My...
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Views: 842
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I have a 1999 Kubota L2500...It has been a nice...

I have a 1999 Kubota L2500...It has been a nice tractor, and I have abused it pretty hard.

The sad part is, the log trailer cost more money then the Kubota, but it does a lot of work, and really...
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Views: 842
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GregH: That might be the case. Now that I think...

GregH: That might be the case. Now that I think about it, it might not really be oil related as it works to dump hot water on the valve casting. After that it starts working...perhaps sluggish, but...
03-05-20, 04:37 AM
Replies: 17
Views: 1,540
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Yeah my land varies: from 3% grade to nearly...

Yeah my land varies: from 3% grade to nearly vertical.

I used to cut a lot of wood, but those days are over. I am 45 years old, so not too old, but I got cancer a few years ago, and it is really...
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Views: 842
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I think the problem lies within the fittings....

I think the problem lies within the fittings. They only used 3/8 inch fittings and hoses throughout so when the fluid gets cold, there is a lot of restriction in the system.

It is a good machine...
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Views: 842
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I have had some success (though not in this log...

I have had some success (though not in this log trailer) by mixing diesel fuel in with hydraulic oil to get it to be thinner during colder temps. That has worked, but pours out of the seals in the...
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Views: 842
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Wallenstein Trailer: ATF vs Hydraulic

My Wallenstein Trailer is billed primarily as a log trailer, but since it can be switched from log grapple to a backhoe, post hole digger, dump trailer, grader, feller-buncher, and upside down...
03-05-20, 12:23 AM
Replies: 17
Views: 1,540
Posted By WastePipe

It is handy having sawmills, although I will say...

It is handy having sawmills, although I will say that I am not a huge fan of this one. It is a Norwood, and so it is very frustrating to work with. But to be able to saw your own lumber, saves a lot...
03-04-20, 02:38 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 1,540
Posted By WastePipe

Our bedroom is so bland right now, that I did not...

Our bedroom is so bland right now, that I did not want to take any pictures of it, but if a person has seen one master bedroom, I guess they have seen plenty more. But, people on here like photos I...
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