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I should have wear this GORGEOUS dress

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Blackberry Picking Tips & Recipes

One Hour’s Worth of Blackberry Picking (and what we did with it)

Suburban Homesteading: Introducing the Chunnel: the chicken tunnel...or Chicken Run!

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vaseline and cotton balls. costs around $4.50 to make about 600 hundred of these. They burn for quite a while and after a few days of sitting in the vaseline mixture they are water proof.

Awesome Firestarter - cotton balls and vaseline - Utah Preppers
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~ anchoring a thatched roof in Dorset, England ~ each thatcher has their own decorative pattern for anchoring the thatch ~

Thatcher works on a thatched cottage in Dorset England

SimplyDifferently...: Geodesic Dome Diary

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Straw bale home advantages: THE BIG PLUSES: - STRONG - like a fortress particularly after the bales are plastered, but even before (we would never have known from inside our straw bale that the winds we got one summer when we first started to build reached 85 mph).- SUPER INSULATED and therefore highly energy efficient - warm in Winter, cool in Summer -- big savings on the utility bills.- QUIET - a stillness and peacefulness like no other house -INEXPENSIVE TO BUILD. naturalhomeandgar...

Zen Ranch: A Colorado Straw Bale Home

loadbearing straw bale dome

Naša kancelária

how to build a Wigwam ~ school projects ~ video of kids building ~ jmsalsich.edublog...

Mr. Salsich's Class - Building a Wigwam

wattle & daub

Building a realistic Medieval world - Page 4

Nine natural homes built by inspirational women. You can see each of them and follow links to their websites at www.naturalhomes....

Natural Homes built by Women

better and cheaper than any air purifier on the market - Imgur

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Lining Your Pond with a Pond Liner – Pond & Lake Q & A | The Pond Guy's Blog

Lining Your Pond with a Pond Liner - Pond & Lake Q & A

Easy Concrete Bag Retaining Wall. Stack up bags of concrete to form a wall. Hose them down with water. They harden and later the bags decompose leaving a super hard wall behind. No molds, no mixing, no pouring, no rentals, no mess! Don't like the look? You can cover it with a veneer later.

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Here are a few pictures or mixing cob to explain it in a visual way...

Learning How to Make and Build With Cob

30 uses for wood ashes, you never thought of. | Humble Lore

30 uses for wood ashes, you never thought of.

how to open a can without a can opener or any other tools

How To Open A Can Without A Can Opener Or Any Other Tools (VIDEO)

DIY Outdoor Furniture Using Cement Blocks

Good Ideas For You | Patio Furniture

How to make a Pine Knot Torch for emergency light

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Bear Hang Using A Simple Pulley

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Whether you're camping in the woods or enjoying your backyard on a summer evening, citronella tiki torches are perfect for lighting and keeping the bugs away. The mason jars give the torches a charming vintage feel!

How to Make Mason Jar Citronella Torches | eHow

DIY Tiki Torches • Lots of Ideas and Tutorials! Including from 'my home my style', these sleek, modern looking Copper Patio Torches.

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Great idea for camping!

41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

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