Pine is a worthwhile wood for carving: It's readily available in a variety of species; many times, it will be the economical choice of wood, and with sharp tools can yield a rewarding carving experience.
An outright amateur attempts to sort out -and sail- her beloved 1969 yacht
Careening through life and learning stuff
Reflections on Life through poetry, essays and photos
My thoughts and ideas about life, cats, and whatever else I think about
Welcome to the Anglo Swiss World
Alternative haven for the Daily Post's mourners!
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A blog by Shreyas
Documenting some of the most prominent engine designs and uses of the 1930's-1960's
This WordPress.com site is Pacific War era information
Je gratte, donc je suis
This blog is a selection of interesting things I've come across during my history research. I have a wide interest in history ranging from Wars of the Roses, country houses, Stuarts, Georgians, Louis XIV, Napoleon and criminals. So expect to see a bit of everything on here.
Discover and re-discover Mexico’s cuisine, culture and history through the recipes, backyard stories and other interesting findings of an expatriate in Canada