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Category: DIY Projects

Raised Beds Upgrade

How cool is that? A neighbour gave us some stackable wooden boxes, which were previously used for transportation purposes, but were now scheduled for disposal. They’re designed to fit snugly onto a standard Euro-Pallet and are sturdy and convenient. Plus, they’re perfectly suitable to make some raised beds of them! Thanks a lot dear neighbour!


New Mushroom Growing Patch

I used one of the transporting boxes my neighbour gave me to make a new mushroom patch in the backyard. It’s in a shady and usually a little damp spot and I hope it’ll provide good growing conditions for pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster mushroom).


Fallout Inspired Plant Stand

I’m a passionate Fallout 4 player and one of the many decorative things you can create in Fallout’s settlement system are various plant stands. I like that style and made my own, inspired by the one in the screenshot.


Wild Bee Hotel

I learned a little about wild bee hotels the past few days and decided it would be a nice winter project to make one for later installation in spring. My personal little “green hell” is presumably already pretty suitable for bees, but I like the idea of supporting the little fellows a bit – also against the (only just a little selfish 馃檪 ) background of facilitating the pollination of my veggie plants.


Farcyde’s Food Vacuumizer

I watched a couple of interesting YouTube Videos (e.g. here) on vacuuming food in jars (instead of the more common bags) lately, which I found interesting since my wife likes various grains and seeds in her daily breakfast M眉sli and she was looking for a way to preserve the rests of a bulk buy and only use portions in her kitchen storage jars.

So I made my own contraption which seems to work fine and the first result is promising – now I’ll wait a week or so, monitoring the vacuumed jar and see if everything meets the expectations.


Wooden BBQ Table, Pt. III – Finished

 

Do – one! The first test took place when it wasn’t even completely finished and I already liked it so much. Enough space to work and mess around, a comfortable height and all the little accommodations I like when having a barbecue. Of course there’s still room for improvement (an LED light, brackets for a sunshade, etc.), but that’s peanuts and there’s no hurry for that 馃檪


Wooden BBQ Table, Pt. II

The next steps working on the BBQ-table, although the constant rain and moisture make it hard to proceed decently. I hope it doesn’t simply rot away before it’s finally finished. At the moment I’m pondering on a height adjustment system for the kettle grill. I also discovered my miter saw’s right angle is a bit off, so I’ll have to fix that too somehow 馃檨


Wooden BBQ Table, Part I

Well, I did much planning and designing for a brick BBQ- and grill table, but let’s be honest, that will be a endeavor for my next life. Top of the list. Just for now, I resorted to good old wood.


 

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