Monthly Archives: November 2010

Happy Major Taylor Day!

Once upon a time—OK, 132 years ago—a boy was born in rural Indiana. One day his dad’s employer gave him a bicycle. Another day he broke two world track records for 1-mile rides but was banned from the Indianapolis Capital … Continue reading

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Stuffed feast

With my kitchen table still covered with paper from the sash-painting project (also the razor there), I embarked upon a stuffed pumpkin project. I had never made one before and found many variations on the recipe. What I finally did … Continue reading

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10 years ago I acquired a mortgage and, potentially, this house. Now there’s $56,601.27 left on the note. And I still think this is a crazy cool structure, and I still enjoy working on it. Though there’s been an awful … Continue reading

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