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Here Are a few of the sites I've visited recently that I thought were noteworthy, provided good information, or were otherwise worth visiting.

I'm starting a new shop building, 28x40 (you can never have enough room!) This website features an online ebook that covers a range of construction topics, complete with diagrams and pictures. I'm not sure where they've taken their diagrams from, but it reminds me a lot of a Gov't publication I got years ago - "Wood Frame House Construction".

If you're doing any construction work, the site is worth a visit.

Spiral Coffee Table

This has got to be one of the first things I make in the new shop!

This a wonderfully done plan received from Glen Walling of Carnarvon, Western Australia...

butterfly dining table

My son did the 'Hunter Safety course last summer, so we did the squirrel hunting thing this fall. More than a bit squimish field dressing that first squirrel, I of course had to cook it for dinner.

A great site for recipes of all types.

In trying to determine if would be better to run my LP furnace instead of the heat pump, I needed to calculate the cost per gallon of the LP, versus the cost per KW of the electricity...

One of the worst problems with web sites, is you usually put a 'Contact Us' link one one or more pages. The spambots then scan your site, pick out your email address, and suddenly you're unindated with SPAM.

This encoder is a great answer to the problem. It creates a snippet of Javascript code you can simply cut and paste right into your web page.

Click 'No Thanks' to the ads and they stop. Interesting reading if you're bored, or looking for a good opening line.

  • It is illegal to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter in church. (AL)

  • Elephants may not be used to plow cotton fields. (NC)

  • No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 miles per hour. (CA)

  • A person may not walk around on Sundays with an ice cream cone in his/her pocket. (NY)

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