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easy plan for raised beds for planting crops in "blocks" rather than rows. This plan rotates every 3 years for best soil. Lots of info here!

easy plan for raised beds for planting crops in "blocks" rather than rows. This plan rotates every 3 years for best soil. Lots of info here!

15 DIY Free Crochet Shawl Patterns | 101 Crochet

15 DIY Free Crochet Shawl Patterns | 101 Crochet

46 Best Veggies, Herbs & Microgreens for Vertical Planting

46 Best Veggies, Herbs & Microgreens for Vertical Planting

Jade Maori Fish Hook

Jade Maori Fish Hook

Add a bend to your old keys into a U-shape and you've got the perfect wall hook. - PopularMechanics.com

Add a bend to your old keys into a U-shape and you've got the perfect wall hook. - PopularMechanics.com

Plants and coffee // Let's make a coffee pot terrarium

Plants and coffee // Let's make a coffee pot terrarium

bone carving

bone carving

The easiest mozzarella recipe I've ever seen. Yum!  #cheese #mozzarella

The easiest mozzarella recipe I've ever seen. Yum! #cheese #mozzarella

Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

To create froth atop their chocolate drink, the Spaniards invented wooden stirring sticks called molinillos. Chocolate drinkers rolled a molinillo quickly between their hands to whip a pot of chocolate into a bubbly froth. These utensils are still used today in Latin America and Spain.

To create froth atop their chocolate drink, the Spaniards invented wooden stirring sticks called molinillos. Chocolate drinkers rolled a molinillo quickly between their hands to whip a pot of chocolate into a bubbly froth. These utensils are still used today in Latin America and Spain.