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Bookcase-Progress 1-Design

Originally posted on GREG MERRITT – BY MY OWN HANDS:
As we continue the never-ending unpacking of boxes and putting away of stuff, it has become apparent that the Hillbilly household is in immediate need of a bookcase.  This of…

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Luigi Prina: A Fantasy Artist of Straight Out of My Dream World

I was thinking last night about a remarkable artist I first read about in The Blinking City, Luigi Prina.  I posted about him before but his work never ceases to amaze me.  Mr. Prina has been an architect for over … Continue reading

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Terrapin, a New Caravan Design From Casual Turtle

There’s a new edition to the fleet of designs coming from Peter Pavlowich at Casual Turtle Campers.  The unique, curved roof lines really make his work stand out in the crowd and I’m glad to see it again in his … Continue reading

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New and Improved

That’s the idea at least.  I have been diligently working to re-write the Vardo building pages in such a way as to make them a little more instructive.  The benefit of hindsight has allowed me to address issues that seem … Continue reading

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Any Information Please!

I discovered this cabinet card on http://joshuafountain.tumblr.com/. Wedding?  Circus?  Festival?  It certainly is some sort of novelty.  Maybe some kitschy ideas to spice up my own ride.

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Home Grown Music

As a undaunted woodworker I have made most of my musical instruments over the years.  I could never justify purchasing a high-end, high-quality instrument but I could make a reasonable proxy.  My interest has been rekindled in the last couple … Continue reading

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Surrey Caravans for Sale

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