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Remember to keep it cozy!

Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.

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Working on any DIY projects, sushis?


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I recently ran an ethernet line to get wired internet in my home office. Removed the existing telephone jack (who even has a landline anymore?), ran a line through the floor in the living room, through the crawlspace, then back up inside the wall behind the old telephone jack. Wired the cable into an ethernet jack and screwed it into the wall.

I've since filled up the holes with foam so things can't crawl through. Just in case.


Yep, currently teaching myself HTML with no prior knowledge of it, and using what I learn to build a webpage for my embroidery work.


That's incredible work, sushi!


I do have a functional landline at my house. Am I too old? >.<

Yet great job, sushiroll!


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Yeah, three of them. First is a trellis I'm making with bambok strips to make some shade. The thick strips in the picture I put them last year, but it didn't work as I planned, so I am adding thinner strips in between and then I'm going to have some vines climb on it.
Second is the remaining wall on my firewood kitchen, and a space for a sink. I am using stones for the wall but only about knee-high, then I am covering with bamboo strips as well.
Finally a pond for the ducklings, with pieces of broken tiles mostly for decoration. I am almost done with this one, just need another small load of cement mostly for the borders.


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I never know where I put my finger, missed the pic of the pond.


Those are awesome projects
Please post happy ducks once your pond is finished!


very cool! I like the mosaic look.


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I have bought the plans for the 1/5 scale Fokker D.VII from replicraft. I will use those as a reference for creating 1/1 scale blueprints in AutoCAD taking into account minute inaccuracies of the blueprint and working towards something as close as possible to a late great war Albatros built plane though with a modern engine and some concessions to comply to aircraft regulations. I already have the work area and tools required so once I have the blueprints done and raw materials acquired I can get to work. It'll most likely be a years long project and something I'll nearly give up on multiple times so wish me luck.


Wow that's awesome I wish you see it through to the end!


Sounds like a cool project! Are you a pilot?


Not yet


Pilot drones; they are cheaper


Does baking bread & cakes count as a project? Hehe.


Very cool. Reminds me of those people that build replica half tracks (which are obviously much simpler) https://www.tankco.biz/product-page/kettenkrad-blueprints. What sort of tools do you need to build it?

Good luck. Taking some of those free courses like through Free Code Camp and Odin Project can be helpful for starting out. One thing that can help you learn even faster is to just look at simple, existing webpages or HTML templates on Github and try to figure out how they work and try and add features or tweak them some how. Here's and example. This is what the website template actually looks like: https://learning-zone.github.io/website-templates/relax-interior-free-bootstrap-responsive-website-template/ and here's the source code that you can look at and copy to your editor: https://github.com/learning-zone/website-templates/tree/master/relax-interior-free-bootstrap-responsive-website-template. One final tip is that it's usually faster to edit CSS in the developer tools (F12 or CTRL + Shift + C for the selector) and then apply it to the css file when you get it right. Also the network tab can be very helpful if you learn how to read it.


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Took me long enough but I finally finished it. I made them a house, too. Now I want to fence this area and make a second house for when they grow up.


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Might as well update on the kitchen too, it's nice to see how different it looks.
It's been a busy summer, but we're close to finishing all our projects!


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Replaced seven old slat vents with rusted out screens with new grate vents. They got some fancy temperature controlled open/close mechanism on them, we'll see how that works out. Would have been a trivial project except that the siding was installed hanging over the vents so I had to cut out some sections.


I didn't know primitive survival posted on sushigirl!


That is seriously impressive and cool!
Love the ducks they're cute

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