Uncopyright This entire blog, and all my ebooks, are uncopyrighted (since January 2008). That means I’ve put them in the public domain, and released my copyright on all these works. There is no need to email me for permission — use my content however you want! Wilderness Shanty Wood Stove This is a new stove from a new supplier We no longer have the outdoor wilderness ice shack wood stove. But we have a new ice fishing shack shanty wood stove heater This stove is made from 16 gauge metal.It has a 4" pipe for the chimney..That sticks out of the top 2" high.Chimney pipe not included.. The wood box is 15" long X 8" wide X 8" tall.The REMOVABLE legs hold the wood stove 4 1/2" off the ground.Raised handle for easy access to firebox.has a damper control.
DIY Greywater - Laundry & Kitchen Laundry greywater... Some people rely on their washing machine's internal pump to pump laundry greywater out to the garden, but this is not recommended. Washing machine pumps are designed to pump water no further than the laundry trough. Arthrogryposis Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), or simply arthrogryposis, describes congenital joint contractures in two or more areas of the body. It derives its name from Greek, literally meaning "curving of joints" (arthron, "joint"; grȳpōsis, late Latin form of late Greek grūpōsis, "hooking"). Children born with one or more joint contractures have abnormal fibrosis of the muscle tissue causing muscle shortening, and therefore are unable to do passive extension and flexion in the affected joint or joints. AMC has been divided into three groups: amyoplasia, distal arthrogryposis, and syndromic. Amyoplasia is characterized by severe joint contractures and muscle weakness. Distal arthrogryposis mainly involves the hands and feet. Types of arthrogryposis with a primary neurological or muscle disease belong to the syndromic group. Epidemiology Arthrogryposis is a rare condition.
Living Off the Grid: How to Generate Your Own Electricity Our off the grid house near Anaconda, Montana Taking the Alternative Energy Plunge When my wife and I moved to Montana last year, we found a comfortable home on several acres with a view of the mountains. There was only one hitch – the house was off the grid. In fact, everyone in the subdivision generated their own power, including the bed and breakfast nearby. The Frugality Game - Home Track your spending and saving habits, find bargains, coupons, & treasure of your very own.ss Learn how to keep track of your finances, set up for retirement, plan for a vacation, a family, and lots of other cool stuff! Discover great deals on merchandise, utilities, travel, retail, and more. You are using an older version of Internet Explorer.
Pacific Beach, San Diego Pacific Beach north of Crystal Pier The Crystal Pier at sunset. Pacific Beach looking north, Crystal Pier in the distance Generating Off-Grid Power: The Four Best Ways So, you've thought about whether or not living off the grid is right for you; you know that it means no more utility bills and generating all of your own power, but what's involved in that? It isn't as easy as slapping a few solar panels on the roof and calling it good; when it comes to generating off grid power, there are a handful of methods that can combine to generate all the energy you'll need to live comfortably off the grid.Plug in to off grid power with solar electricitySolar power is probably the one that jumps to mind for most of us when it comes to off-grid energy. The sun-powered option, which includes photovoltaic solar panels, an inverter and batteries, can provide lots of electric power (especially if you get a lot of solar exposure where you live) for a long time, without any moving parts and a little maintenance.
What is Voluntary Simplicity? Voluntary simplicity, or simple living, is a way of life that rejects the high-consumption, materialistic lifestyles of consumer cultures and affirms what is often just called ‘the simple life’ or ‘downshifting.’ The rejection of consumerism arises from the recognition that ordinary Western-style consumption habits are degrading the planet; that lives of high consumption are unethical in a world of great human need; and that the meaning of life does not and cannot consist in the consumption or accumulation of material things. Extravagance and acquisitiveness are accordingly considered an unfortunate waste of life, certainly not deserving of the social status and admiration they seem to attract today. The affirmation of simplicity arises from the recognition that very little is needed to live well – that abundance is a state of mind, not a quantity of consumer products or attainable through them. [For more on the history of voluntary simplicity, click here]