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Thanks @greygardener, had a little setback during the week when 10cm of water ran through the garage (where the resdymix was sitting on the floor). On ...

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Thanks @Jason, I don’t know what it was doing either!

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I’d like to add a couple more photos but it seems to be restricting me to two..? Jason? Jaaaasssoon!!!EDIT: it let me have more if I dropped from larg ...

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I can only repeat keeping the mowing height high - we do ours on the top two settings on the mower and our lawn is mostly green through summer long af ...

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So a while ago the other half may have stolen a nice rose cutting from the nursery. In her defense, it was from their garden, not from a plant that wa ...

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Co-opt them. Buy 'Edible Weeds of Melbourne' and in no time what were once weeds become salad greens. There are very few common weeds that you can’t e ...

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Still not finished, but bench related: whipped up a crosscut sled, added a mitre sled that attaches.

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But wait! There’s more...Eastern endWestern end

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No worries. Feel free to reach out anytime you need a hand with anything @Kiwifr33. By the way, you might get some tips from keen woodworker @Wayne ...

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I had limited space to find a home for my new gas BBQ Grille so I decided to build a dedicated decorative Arbor for it.After searching the internet fo ...

MartyH
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Thanks for the tips @Adam_W. Great advice. I think I've said it here before that I often see people mowing their grass too low, especially in the war ...

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My marriage nearly ended after an afternoon spent trying to put a round trampoline together. Hours later with the circular steel frame still not conne ...

Fitzie
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As a Carpenter's daughter I was brought up with wood shavings in my hair and the perfume of fresh wood... Spent many hours just watching my Dad chisel ...

Wayne
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I have a few of these storage containers for screws and small parts, I decided to make a trolley that holds 8 of them for easier access.I had the mela ...

Joker
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Another good one: Put electrical tape on a drill bit to avoid drilling all the way through a piece of timber.

LukeBrowning
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One for the gardeners: try spraying weeds with white vinegar instead of nasty chemicals.

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Kiwifr33
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Thanks @greygardener, had a little setback during the week when 10cm of water ran through the garage (where the resdymix was sitting on the floor). On ...

Kiwifr33
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I can only repeat keeping the mowing height high - we do ours on the top two settings on the mower and our lawn is mostly green through summer long af ...

Kiwifr33
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6 replies

So a while ago the other half may have stolen a nice rose cutting from the nursery. In her defense, it was from their garden, not from a plant that wa ...

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Co-opt them. Buy 'Edible Weeds of Melbourne' and in no time what were once weeds become salad greens. There are very few common weeds that you can’t e ...

Kiwifr33
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Still not finished, but bench related: whipped up a crosscut sled, added a mitre sled that attaches.

Kiwifr33
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But wait! There’s more...Eastern endWestern end

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Ahh, but have they been programmed to argue with each other about the instructions or beat the chair against a wall if it doesn't fit together properl ...

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Hi @Fitzie, I would recommend a Japanese pull saw. Very sharp, very accurate, fine teeth cross-cut and coarser for ripping. I used it for the dovetail ...

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