I had to post this. The first thing I thought of was HO Studley. The description at Jim Bode says that Holtzapffel was a high end tool and lathe maker that sold it’s last lathe in 1928. Does this case predate HO … Continue reading
So i’m reading the unpluggedshop blog aggregator and I happened upon this: https://blog.lostartpress.com/2016/11/09/for-your-bookshelf-peasant-art-in-sweden-lapland-and-iceland/ Great pictures of crafts in Sweden. So I’m showing the pictures to my wife on archive.org and no lie I flip the page and there is a … Continue reading
It was a crappy gate with a z brace screwed right to a cut up piece of pressure treated fence panel. To be fair to me, it was the gate that came with the house and I just kept scabbing … Continue reading
Apparently data science is not new. I admire the discipline. I can’t find anyone who has digitized his data set yet. I’m sure as soon as I write this somebody will beat me too it. I did find a study … Continue reading
Just made some random chili with stuff left over and a pepper from the garden! Spring has sprung
So, like three days ago I put in a web form request to shop Vac support. Either Christmas last year or two years ago, so long I can’t remember, I got a mongo shop Vac combination leaf blower and Vac. … Continue reading
Time to finish the hall way. Cutting in and around door frames sucks. Starts scary but ends up fine.