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Building My Dog A Closet – DIY

I never thought I’d say this but today I’m building my dog a closet. Her clothes. It’s getting out of control. Your clothes are out of control, Ruby. Who ever thought a dog would have so much clothes that they need a closet? I never thought I would be one of those those pet parents. […]

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Building a mountain bike jump over my driveway

Last week, we took this muddy, rutted forest road and turned it into a durable gravel road that is now Berm Peak’s grand entrance. But of course, it’s not just a gravel road. We built a few rock bump jumps into the side that end at a small landing. Because the rock jumps can be […]

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Building a Hidden Backyard Bike Jump

Last week, we built a new trail here on Berm Peak. It was a short one, starting at the top of Woodpecker and ending at a row of shrubs behind the garage. The trail is named Airbag, which seems appropriate for a run with an emergency stop at the end, but we’re not quite finished […]

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Building a NEW DIY Hamster cage

so for a while now I have been wanting to create a new larger enclosure for my hamster this is going to be for bumble and I have created a new DIY hamster enclosure keep in mind this is not a tutorial because I suck at tutorials but if you want to follow along go […]

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Building a Covered Patio – Part 2

all right picking up this project right where I left it at the end of part one now since the rafters are exposed I went ahead and took the opportunity and put in some light boxes so that later on I can add in some recessed lighting but with the rafters exposed I did go […]

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Building A Living Soil Profile with Paul Zimmerman

The richest soil in the world is found on the forest floor and it’s important that you have that exact same living soil profile in your own garden The reason the forest floor soil is so rich is because all of this organic matter every single fall the leaves come off the trees and they […]

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Recreational Metal Buildings Testimonial, YMCA Activity Center

My name is Scott Eastman, I’m the Siskiyou Family YMCA CEO. When people visit the Siskiyou Family YMCA, they should expect a friendly atmosphere, something that provides variety for them, in programming. We have basketball courts, we have, you know, the only indoor rock climbing area 60 miles south 60 miles north of us. We […]

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Building a Giant Bandsaw Mill – Making the Carriage

oh okay bandsaw mill part two here we go if you missed the first video where I covered all the prep work introduce the build team and showed building the 12 foot by 6 foot bed then there is a link for you down below this video picks up right where I left off which […]