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By: Rebbeca Wolfgram
Our chick-to-chicken odyssey began shortly after my hubby, Pat, and I, moved into our new home in the mountain community of Big Bear, CA. We were so excited as our fledgling flock of four transformed from tiny moving cotton balls into fully feathered friends. I have had a love affair with bamboo for a long time now, but it wasn't until I started looking into deeply that I found out all the amazing things that this plant is capable of. If you don't have any bamboo I'm sure someone who does wouldn't mind at all if you took some of theirs. If you do have bamboo and you don't know what to do with it, you've come to the right place! If you can't find something to do with your bamboo in this list I can't help you! Lehua was older and we had completely secured one pasture with hog wire fencing.

In an effort to improve my indoor air quality while still protecting my wood working projects I now use a DIY beeswax wood sealant exclusively on all of my indoor furniture. An easy DIY version of a double boiler can be made by using a Pryex container inside a larger pot or pan. The hardwood may hold up better to the frequent cutting and the stock lumber may have been treated or had glues applied to it. Perhaps a DIY cutting board should be one of my next projects!

We have used a lot of bamboo in our interior design of our holiday cottage against the wall and in the garden. Growing bamboo needs a lot of water so it does not do so well on the coast on a steep sloping plot. I love bamboo as furniture and flooring, but didn't know it also had all these other uses. Very interesting.Bamboo reminds me of a man who sold us candy apples outside the school when we were kids.Those apples were stuck in holes in BambooThanks for bringing up such sweet memories. I want to offer to yourself or any of your readers my information as I am involved in the manufacturing of a variety of bamboo goods.

In an effort to improve my indoor air quality while still protecting my wood working projects I now use a DIY beeswax wood sealant exclusively on all of my indoor furniture. An easy DIY version of a double boiler can be made by using a Pryex container inside a larger pot or pan. The hardwood may hold up better to the frequent cutting and the stock lumber may have been treated or had glues applied to it. Perhaps a DIY cutting board should be one of my next projects!

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