I am looking for like-minded people in the fediverse for sharing thoghts, projects and information about woodworking, woodcarving and especially spoon carving. How can I find these people?
Are there any existing groups or servers with these topics?
Retoots / Boosts are appreciated!
I ran the same route twice this week, nearly the same speed 4:56/4:57min/km over 10km. One day I had an average pulse of 170bpm and one day of 156bpm. Only difference was the temperature; one at nearly 29°C and one around 22°C.
The Dutch use bicycles to get around more than folks in any other country, cycling about 2.6 kilometers (1.62 miles) a day
If that was the trend across the world, it would slash 686 million metric tons of carbon dioxide pollution a year
That’s enormous — roughly equivalent to erasing one-fifth of CO2 emissions from passenger cars globally in 2015
Bicycles were used for less than five percent of daily trips in most of the countries studied
@Skellington Here you go!
This was one of my earlier spoons I've made.
I did not intend to make a spoon, but just started carving an old plank from a wood pile in sweden.
After I had a rough form I made the bowl using hot coals from a fire.
I finished with a piece of sandpaper.
It is a bit thick for my taste, but I like it nontheless.
Langsam langsam nähere ich mich wieder einer gewünschten Form im Laufen.
Damit rückt mein Jahresziel wieder in greifbare Nähe.
I'm (figuratively) dead. ded
Und ich weiss, dass es streng genommen kein Furz ist...
Zum (in der Schweiz) aktuellen Thema #CulturalAppropriation gibt es hier einen (englischen) Bericht über Babycarriers, welcher das Thema aus meiner Sicht gut angeht. Er klärt auf, welcher Teil davon problematisch ist (Namensgebung, Muster/Prints, Nicht-Nennung von Inspiration) und welcher *nicht* problematisch ist (Babies tragen, Tragehilfen).
In a heatwave it is best not to cut your lawn too short (or not at all).
The longer the grass leaves, the more shadow they give to the earth beneath and the less water gets vaporized from the soil. They also seem to collect more dew over night.
If a lawn is short it might dry out the soil and kill the grass.
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