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    Gray hat for charity

    It’s a little big for Bobby, my styrofoam head model, but it will fit an adult man. I’ll probably send it off to Operation Nightwatch, when they come up on the list.

    Cascade 220 Charcoal Gray (#8400) and Silver Gray (#8401), oh how I love you! These are the best grays in the world. . . . → Read More: Gray hat for charity

    Project Honda: a mini photo essay

    I patched the quarter-sized hole in my headlight with some clear packing tape.

    The word you’re looking for is: “classy.”

    The battery frightens me. I don’t know what the blue stuff is, but I finally did determine that the piles of yellow powdery stuff are degenerated foam from the straps, which used to . . . → Read More: Project Honda: a mini photo essay

    Cherry trees finally make it to full bloom

    BONK BONK ON THE HEAD!

    By now, you have probably heard the new term “Grups.” If you haven’t, you will soon.

    Now listen up people, because I am only going to say this once.

    The use of the term term “grups” in this context is completely backwards. In the original reference, the term “grups” refers to the actual grownups . . . → Read More: BONK BONK ON THE HEAD!

    South West Trading Company: bamboo yarn

    Wool is the only natural fiber I’ve ever knit with, so working with this bamboo yarn was a very unsettling experience.

    The first thing I noticed is that it’s heavy. Stepping over from wool yarn, this stuff feels like it’s made of dark matter. I kept hefting the yarn – the skein, the strands, . . . → Read More: South West Trading Company: bamboo yarn