A great example of online enabling bespoke handcrafted signs to live on…
These folding doors look like a good idea
InstantPot! This thing speaks for itself in terms of the reviews you’ll see on Amazon. I am going to make my own ham. The best thing I’ve found so far is the ability to saute your stuff in the pot before then setting it to pressure cook. The rice cooker function has also impressed me – yummy ‘sticky rice’ at 3 cups of water to 2 cups of rice.
Here it is, the Vitopod. This thing will seriously change your gardening life!…I’ve bought the ‘small’ version – and this still massive pretty big in terms of the amount you can germinate at anyone time. Recommend buying at least one extra ‘layer’, so that there is more ‘breathing space’ to let the thing cool down if it gets too hot, and more room to grow stuff. I’ve bought 2 extra layers – the 3rd storey will be useful for over-wintering anything delicate. Next step…growing all those seeds which say ‘keep at 20 degrees’…
The Panasonic DMC-TZ60
– panaromic feature
– 30x optical zoom
– incredibly handy size and ergonomic
– fun creative effects
Simply the best if you want quality without going into SLR territory
Don’t get drawn into spending too much for over complicated pram systems.
This ‘nipper’ product is awesome for the job and you can even go running in it!
Thanks to Hester and Bob for this particular piece of enlightment.
Last weekend we joined an excellent ‘hunt’ where our group found the following mushrooms, all identified, and the non-poisonous cooked up for munching on…
Scarletina polete, Honey Fungus, Poison Pie, Sulphurtuff, Scalyfoliota, Spherical Earth Balls (found by Andy), Ivy White Caps, Pleated Ink Cap/Japanese Parasol (found by Andy),Golden Folioter, Deceiver (found by Anna), Fairy Bonnet, Artists Bracket, Deadly Web Caps (destroy your liver), Grey Cord Fungus, Woodland Liver Gill, Wild Oyster Mushrooms, Turkey Tail (PSK – health giving cancer treatment), Chicken Mushroom, Blue Bracket and Sheafed Woodtuft!
Taking on the job of a landscape designer, I thought it would be great if we could get the design rendered so that everyone could visualise what it would look like; and also a great way of clearly communicating to the landscaper what we wanted!