Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
How fast will that thing go John. I think you need a Harley motor on it. At least paint some flames on it. ;)
Looking good, can hardly wait for the video :-)
Thanks for posting the photos of the bi-ped-washer and I guess too, if you wanted to pedal fast enough, it could spindry as well... If it's ok with you John I will feature it on TFT's blog one day... in the meantime, I have sent by courier a load of washing for you to have a go at, I have enclosed some eco-laundry powder too. Don't worry about ironing the clothes, I never do but if you could just fold them and return them in the enclosed bag. No pressure John but next week would be good...
I see you're playing hide & seek with the sun again. Never thought the the "Ped-O-Wash" could look so good. Way to go.
The equinox photo is interesting. I'm surprised you haven't already devised some sort of sun dial/calendar--as crafty and creative as you are. Those rock cairns you keep building could be strategically positioned to mark that spot on the horizon which marks the beginning of fall--then you could eyeball the approach of the season (and mark the others) daily. The Laundrybike is cool. Keep up all the good work.
Paint a spiral stripe doing down the barrel. It'll look cool while it's spinning.Just think of all the onlookers being hypnotised.
Throw a rear wheel on it and you can multitask... worsh n' ride!
cool...not only will your have clean skivies, you'll have the nicest legs in Texas.
Does that washer come in a "girl's" model? Going to the laundry gives me an excuse to hang out with Lynette at the Fina though.
As always I'm impressed!
dude. whats with the blue coat?!?!? the rig was so beautiful, full of character, kinda like yer beard...
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