Bake your own Bricks (make your own money)

┬áThe humble brick played a significant role in the history of money and commerce. The use of bricks as currency dates back to ancient civilizations, particularly in Mesopotamia and Egypt, where they were known as “shekels” or “deben.” Here’s how it worked: Standardization: Bricks were produced in standardized sizes and weights, making them easily tradable… Continue reading Bake your own Bricks (make your own money)

Catherine’s Greenhouse

Catherine Geenhouse

Catherines room was filled with so many plants that I offered to build her a greenhouse. I positioned near the mango tree for additional shade to benefit from the very pleasant micro climate under the tree. It turned ok, but need more potting and storage tables.


Unfinished Cabin

We love having family and friends visit and to accommodate the overflow of occasional guests I’ve built a small comfortable cabin on the property. We on 2 acres of land alongside a small creek. We are close to the Glasshouse Mountains, town, railway station, schools, and shopping centre. Facilities Available. Distances 2 km – Beerwah… Continue reading Homestay

Gardening with a Jackhammer

Use a jackhammer if you must but by which ever means possible plant trees, shrubs, vines, flowers grasses and plant them everywhere and anywhere. If you are have rocky soil, then use a jackhammer to dig the holes but whatever you do plant and grow because it’s one God way of providing plenty resources to… Continue reading Gardening with a Jackhammer

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Camping and Clamping

Glamping and Camping

Thoughts about Camping and Glamping I’ve been working steadily towards offering bits of our home / garden to Travellers, Campers Glampers etc. Thoughts / Ideas Electricity Grid / Circuit / Circle along the perimeter A friend of mine suggested setting ups an electricity grid / circle along the perimeter, this would make it easier for… Continue reading Camping and Clamping

Carburetor Clean Up

Sparkling Clean

My engine starts very easily and runs very smoothly and has plenty of power! So what’s the problem? The problem it that after it starts and after I rev or drive it for a short time the idle speed goes up and runs way too fast, probably about 2000 RPM. I went to a car show… Continue reading Carburetor Clean Up

Suppliers Materials Cost

Current Timber Prices Bunnings – Thursday, 27 October 2022 200 x 50 x 1.8m –  $14.2200 x 50 X 3.0. – 200 x 100mm x 2.4m Treated Pine Sleeper H4  – $39200 x 75mm x 1.8m Sleeper  – $23100 x 100mm x 2.4m Post H4 Treated Pine – $22100 x 100mm x 2.7m Post H4 Treated… Continue reading Suppliers Materials Cost

Journal / Log

Summer 2023 Wednesday, 15 February 2023. – Updated website, changed theme to 2023 Spring Twenty Twenty Two (2022) A record of activities and pursuits during Spring, (in reverse order). In Austalia we reckon Spring begins on the 1st September although Anatomically Spring is generally defined in the Northern Hemisphere as extending from the vernal equinox… Continue reading Journal / Log

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