Tag Archives: Firewood

A Game of Inches

The cold persists at Walden puddle, -27c at 6am, but now rising to -23 at 10am. On the upside, the snow is beautiful and makes squeaky, crunchy sounds under my boots. The single room of the tiny house that we … Continue reading

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A Throne Fit for the Leader of an Anarchist Collective.

When I read -25 on the thermometer this morning I groaned a little. The forecast promises that this will be the last cold day. That would be good because I need to work outside now, often without gloves. The metal … Continue reading

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Re-inventing Old Ideas

Progress is a complicated beast. We live in a time of relentless innovation. All innovations are automatically improvements over the methods of the past. At least that is what I am told. Practical experience would seem to suggest that the … Continue reading

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