Monthly Archives: July 2014

Pickles

I harvested garlic and dill this week. With a short trip to Argersinger Rd to visit an Amish farm we scored a box of pickling cucumbers for ten bucks. Garlic from Lincoln Rd and Dill from right outside in the … Continue reading

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Soil Survey

Interesting site for soil surveys at the USDA. Click on the link below to see more of the report. 20140724_10592910375_8_Soil_Report

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Goal Zero Light

Works great and barely touches the battery at 3 watts. And a picture of it in the cabin.

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Cabin Fan

Testing the new fan in the window, temporary installation. The plan is to put this up in the vents in the peak. I also have a twelve volt temperature sensor that can be set to turn the fan on and … Continue reading

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Battery notes for me.

Should be simple to keep this straight but I always falter at connecting a positive to a negative. The illustration on the left would give you forty eight volts if each battery was twelve volts. Amperage would not increase when … Continue reading

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