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Category: Yard and Outdoor DIY
How To Use the Different Spray Settings on Your Garden Hose
Many hose attachments come with different settings. When you use your hose for gardening, it’s good to know which setting is best for every situation.
DIY Mini Split Installation – A Complete A to Z Detailed Guide
If you’re considering installing a Mini Split Heater / Air Conditioner, there’s a lot to it that doesn’t get explained well on other videos or articles. My goal is to remedy that and walk you through every bit of it.
Update on our $500 Camper Trailer Renovation
Check out the progress we’ve made on the camper trailer!
How to Build a Treeless Treehouse Part 3- Roof and Trim
Let’s finish this thing up! Part 3 and the final steps to your treeless treehouse.
How to Build a Treeless Treehouse Part 2- Walls, Trap Door, and Siding
Part 2 in the treeless treehouse series!
How To Never Put Up Christmas Lights Again (but still have Christmas Lights)
Putting up and taking down Christmas lights is the pits. It’s dangerous. It’s time consuming. It’s frustrating. It sucks the Christmas spirit out of you. But… I love Christmas lights. I love the look of them and (once they’re up) the Christmas spirit they do bring. Christmas is my favorite season of the year but …
We bought a junk camping trailer for $500!
We’ve never been into camping- we haven’t found tent camping with kids to be enjoyable at all, so we kind of figured we were just hotel people. We started to realize that the people who love camping are the those that have travel trailers and can bring the comforts of home with them. We’re always …
How to Build a Treeless Tree house – Part 1 – Footings and Deck
Once upon a time, we had small children who loved having picnics in the front yard, dressing up like frogs, and playing on a good ol’ swing set.
Building a Woodshop from Scratch – Electrical Wiring
If you’ve been following my other posts about this wood shop, you’ve seen the framing and then the siding, trim and roofing and broken rib come along over the last little while. By that point I only had two big projects left to do outside the shop: running electricity to the shop and building the …