Do you fight with hard water that leaves a calcium layer behind? Ever wanted a better, easier way to clean that nasty calcium off of your faucets? This may be a good technique if you’ve tried vinegar or some other concoction that didn’t work very well for you!
I stumbled across this fascinating video and immediately knew I had to share it with you guys! This is amazing! Honey on tap. Easier on the beekeeper, and less stress for the bees!
Bees are a vital part of the fine mechanism of food growth and production. You can even donate to this cause to help bee populations and honey production to thrive for generations! You can visit their website at www.honeyflow.com.
Have you ever wanted a better way to heat your water in the winter or summer without an enormous electric bill? Or want an alternative to supplement heat in the winter for your house?
This may just be what you are looking for! This fascinating video shows you how it’s done using the Jean Pain method. I may try this myself for this fall and winter!
Want to have a more reliable food source for your family, but don’t have the garden space you need? This great article takes you through the steps of containers, soil selection, watering, and other tips to grow your own successful garden in buckets! I love this idea and hope you will be able to put this knowledge to good use. Happy gardening!
Looking for ideas and projects for a winter heat supply to work on now? This is a great time to be getting those projects done! Here is an excellent article detailing how to build a Rocket mass Heater.
Many of you, like me, are concerned about the amount of processed foods that we take in daily. Here is a solution for you for the next 100 days! A plethora of fine, non-processed, easy crock-pot meals that look absolutely delicious!
Do you ever find yourself wanting just a little bit more cold air moving around the house on these hot summer days? To tight to buy a new A/C? Or maybe you live off grid and have a minimal supply of electricity. Then this may be just the ticket for you!
I built this chicken feeder a few years ago and it has held up very well. In the next few photos you will see how I built it. It’s very simple and easy, and can be built very cheap!
For the main part I used a section of 4 inch schedule 40 PVC pipe that I had lying around. As you can see in the photo, the hanger at the top is made out of pipe strap.