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Possums are territorial so not easy to keep away. A good solution if they are in the roof is to erect a possum box in a tree near the house. You can l ...

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I typically shove all my tools in my tool box. Then when I need something I have to spend ages rummaging through it to find what I need. Interested ...

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Would love something like this in the mancave!

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@Velxunai I would try something like silicone caulk. You would need to make sure you have a clean surface first, and maybe even consider roughing up t ...

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A few years ago we got a couple of energy saving powerboards that turn all devices off (at the wall) rather than keep them in stand-by mode. So if you ...

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How about a seesaw?

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Have you ever tried to make your own plastic cap? You can heat melt an old plastic nozzle from a previously used tube and then screw that onto the par ...

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I thought it might be interesting to have a discussion about different approaches to trellising. I've tried a bunch of ways over the years, some more ...

ProjectPete
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Charcoal better flavours and more fun but gas is still great and far easier to maintain.Seriously,why not have both? I do and I love it. I do my speci ...

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Hey @Mick, Tough one. We received the Char Griller Deluxe as a gift and thought it was great! Being keen fisherman, we love that we can smoke some fre ...

Jackson
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I'd say go for the charcoal BBQ. IMO, the biggest advantage a charcoal BBQ has over it's gas-fuelled bretheren is the flavour you get from the charcoa ...

cupofchloe
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It is usual in the UK to have a charcoal BBQ, rather than a Gas BBQ. The smell is amazing and you can add hickory smoking chips to add a beautiful smo ...

MartyH
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Hey Mick, it really depends on what you like to cook AND EAT! If you want to do stuff like roast pork with crackle, ribs, brisketts, you want to cook ...

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Mick
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Would love something like this in the mancave!

Mick
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Mick
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@Velxunai I would try something like silicone caulk. You would need to make sure you have a clean surface first, and maybe even consider roughing up t ...

Mick
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A few years ago we got a couple of energy saving powerboards that turn all devices off (at the wall) rather than keep them in stand-by mode. So if you ...

Mick
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Haven't done it but I like this idea: Lash 8-foot bamboo poles together to form upside down “V”s, run a horizontal pole (or poles) along the tops, the ...

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Would love to see your design @Mrbocaj. You planning anything fancy or really creative? I think you'll find that nearly all cubbies are built using tr ...

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Some buffalo lawns are prone to going a bit brown over winter in a colder climate - they naturally go dormant. Whereabouts are you? But if its a healt ...

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I reckon a good old fashioned cubby house is a brilliant project to get the kids into D.I.Y. Get them involved right from the start, creating plans an ...

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