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i want to build multiple shelfs in my closet, any help ideas on how to start?

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>>473408
one of this

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Howdy /diy/, /k/ommando here. Was wondering if you guys had a preference as to a whetstone for sharpening blades? I usually have my grandfather do up all of my blades, but he's getting on in years and I don't want to bother him with it, so I was looking into doing it myself. Specifically looking to sharpen smaller pocket knives. Any help would be much appreciated.

Will dump some random survival shit in the meantime.

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>>458768
same person,. an alternative burner.

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hmm, I only have two more that are semi related the rest of the lot are irrelevant /k/ommando stuff

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Hey. I have a broken, potato-tier cell phone.
Are there enough precious metals inside to justify the time it would take to tear it apart?
Donating diy inforgraphic.

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Is this what you look for, my brother?

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:(

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Watch Les Stroud's "Off the grid". Its essentially what you're doing in a similar environment. There's a lot of hippy stuff like green energy, renewable resources, and even an outhouse, but its plausible for living off the grid and being self reliant.

http://www.documentarywire.com/les-stroud-off-the-grid

Huge investment upfront but after that you could farm the land in the summer and live off of $5000 a year for food and diesel for backup power.

Basically run solar and wind if its windy in Maine, have multiple sources for water for farming and irrigation, build a structure that's durable and energy efficient. Then learn to farm and preserve your farmed foods. Make sure you have enough wood for fire in the winter and cooking in a wood stove in the summer.

Hi Sam. Don't bring any 16 year old girlfriends, they don't live off the grid very well.

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>>35888
nice trips, also you inspire me.

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