Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Rotary Switch

The Rotary Switch was once widely used in electronic devices and it’s still a great versatile switch for applications involving multiple inputs and outputs. This project required a switch that would power up one of three different loads from one … Continue reading

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How To Build A Horizontal Sundial

I’ve always wanted to build a sundial and so I finally did! I figured it would be the perfect project for HAW and a great educational tool. I started with a few Google searches and before I knew it I … Continue reading

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Gate Repair & Kayak Storage

This week I have a two for one project. I have a kayak that I store in my back yard but I wasn’t very keen on the idea of leaving it on the ground for critters and snakes to crawl … Continue reading

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The Chicken Roosting Problem

My chickens are great! I get plenty of eggs from these three busy hens and they keep the bugs and ticks out of the back yard. BUT… two of them insist on roosting on the back porch railing and making … Continue reading

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How To Make Scotch Eggs

I first discovered Scotch Eggs at an English brew pub here in North Carolina. They consist of sausage wrapped around a hard boiled egg, then breaded and deep fried or baked. Pork sausage is the traditional thing but you can … Continue reading

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