I bought a foldable kayak on Kickstarter before COVID and they ran into a lot of problems in their supply chain, which delayed the kayak's delivery by a year, or so and they had hacked together a seat with the parts they could get in order to keep shipping. It arrived too late … [Read more...] about The Pre-COVID Foldable Kayak Actually Floats
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We needed a truck to pull the Airstream. The Airstream is far from ready, but we also might be spending a good chunk of the winter in Palm Springs, so more storage for those trips would help as well. I've been periodically looking at truck ads to get a feel for pricing and see … [Read more...] about Lina Bought a New Truck
I've long admired living walls in homes and businesses. The soothing green and feeling of nature brought indoors especially during the pandemic when we're feeling anxious and can't leave our house. I love living walls, but I was also afraid to lose our mirrored wall. In … [Read more...] about The (Semi) Living Wall
We decided to take advantage of a great camping spot at Rambler Ranch. George, Shawn, Brad, Pam, Chris Carter, Teresa, Lina and I brought our trailers for the weekend and Paul, Cedric, and Tami stopped by on Saturday afternoon for the tour. We didn't take any pictures … [Read more...] about Rambler Ranch 2019
I found this recipe in an old-timey church cookbook from my mom's collection. I've been wanting to make this recipe ever since I saw that four packets of gelatin was the first ingredient, but never had the guts. The Denver Modernism show had a 1960's themed cooking segment … [Read more...] about Chicken Salad (With Gelatin)