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Moved from +++Questions for Bill Troubridge on The Backyard Sportsman+++ Hovey talked about making a target backstop for very little money but I can’t quite understand his instructions. My favourite way is to take 2 pieces of 2” x 6” lumber, each 3 fee
Go one you clever bunnies, lets what you have done for Chrimble ... I'll start, so you don't have to be shy...
This is my home made mini crossbow it can shoot light bolts made from wooden sticks at a velocity of approximatly 97 km/h it's maximum range is 45 metres Some pictures : Video : if you have any suggestions or questions about this
From rachael rice on freepeople blog here’s a basic way to make a little dream catcher. riffing on the round object with danglies (found in every culture) i’ve been (finally) finding uses for my slightly embarrassing doily collection. also featured
I joined the forum a few days ago and have been enjoying it tremendously. I thought I'd post my first request for advice here in the regional forum. I live on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where our soil can be host to some unpleasant veggie diseases.
Mr D and DD1 have become interested in making some wine after watching River Cottage. Hugh FW was making gorse wine - they don't want to do that particular recipe, but would appreciate some advice on a good wine recipe for beginners (or a book to help