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eBay listing: ANTIQUE OLD WOODEN HORSE SWING – 50'S-60'S

eBay listing: ANTIQUE OLD WOODEN HORSE SWING – 50'S-60'S

glass on the front of the koi pond

glass on the front of the koi pond

Rocking Motorcycle Plans - Children’s Woodworking Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Rocking Motorcycle Plans - Children’s Woodworking Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Rustic Door shelf ;)

Rustic Door shelf ;)

glass walled koi pond

glass walled koi pond

Mahogany and Edison bulb spider shaped lamp.

Mahogany and Edison bulb spider shaped lamp.

It goes without saying that you should be careful around lions and other wild animals, but that doesn’t mean that they are un-feeling, cold-blooded killers. Frikkie Von Solms, a 69-year-old lion caretaker in Southern Africa, knows this perfectly well: he has spent the last 11 raising Zion, a gentle, tender and loving African lion.

It goes without saying that you should be careful around lions and other wild animals, but that doesn’t mean that they are un-feeling, cold-blooded killers. Frikkie Von Solms, a 69-year-old lion caretaker in Southern Africa, knows this perfectly well: he has spent the last 11 raising Zion, a gentle, tender and loving African lion.

DIY kruk van beton. Would love to try working with concrete some day

DIY kruk van beton. Would love to try working with concrete some day

How to Grow Tomatoes Without Seeds #gardeninghacks #vegetablegarden

How to Grow Tomatoes Without Seeds #gardeninghacks #vegetablegarden

Hügelkultur Bed. Hügelkultur is a raised plant bed built over decaying wood and compostable materials. A fallen tree becomes a “nurse log”, decomposing, releasing nutrients, and nourishing new growth above for years, even decades. As the wood decays, it becomes more porous, storing water like a giant sponge, and releasing it slowly back into the bed’s soil. This means less plant watering; some gardeners report their beds thrived all season from rainfall alone.

Hügelkultur Bed. Hügelkultur is a raised plant bed built over decaying wood and compostable materials. A fallen tree becomes a “nurse log”, decomposing, releasing nutrients, and nourishing new growth above for years, even decades. As the wood decays, it becomes more porous, storing water like a giant sponge, and releasing it slowly back into the bed’s soil. This means less plant watering; some gardeners report their beds thrived all season from rainfall alone.