I used to write fairly often about my projects. People who read this column haven't seen a project column for some time and could therefore assume I no longer work on projects. They would be wrong, this is project barn lift. I believe the last project column was making tractors from sewing machines. I'm still … Continue reading Project Barn Lift
Dave's interview from today's Rural Reflection's Classic Country
This is from October 7th's Rural Reflections Classic Country.
I hunker-down for winter. My sister dislikes winter to such a degree that she exchanged the snow and cold of winter for the hurricanes and snakes of North Carolina. There's actually a lot of good things about her move but she will unfortunately miss out on the big, white sleep that's coming our way. I … Continue reading Winter Musings
Dear Dave, It is so nice to need blankets when we watch television. Admittedly, we keep the air conditioning set low enough to warrant blankets in the middle of summer however it is better to come by it naturally. It is about 43 degrees outside right now. I have been really busy on the week-ends … Continue reading Letter to Dave
There have been recent discussions of whether a pool or a splash park is best for area youth. I have no preference although a calm, logical evaluation based on days of use versus initial expense and continued expense might answers some questions. Anyway, water entertainment is not the focus of this week's column. It seems … Continue reading Summer is more than being entertained
This week's interview with Dave from Rural Reflection's Classic Country.