Monthly Archives: March 2017

Friday Wisdom: Murphy’s Car Wash

Murphy’s Law is recursive: Washing your car to make it rain doesn’t work. More wisdom next week, Andrew

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Wednesday Woodworking – Starting the Canvas Rack

Started a new project this week.  Heather has converted the guest room into her art studio and is in need of a rack to store her canvases and frames.  I’ve got a ton of scrap wood in the shop that … Continue reading

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Automation

As a child I was fascinated with all things electric.  Lights, fans, radios, TVs, toy trains, car batteries, switches, buttons, wires, and transformers on power poles all grabbed my imagination.  My brother Bill had a train set that I endlessly … Continue reading

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Friday Wisdom – From the Pessimist Files

It’s possible that the light at the end of the tunnel is a train coming your way. More wisdom next week, Andrew

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