November 27, 2018 AsktheBuilder Newsletter
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Christmas is four weeks from today! Holy potato!
It already looks like Christmas here in central New Hampshire as a week ago we got about 6 inches of snow, and overnight we got another 3 inches of wet snow. The photo below shows you what it looked like last week here two days before Thanksgiving.
That drooping thing in the photo is one half of my amateur radio zepp dipole antenna. Just last night I was communicating with a person in Italy using that silly wire!
Don't Get Sent to the Dog House!
I BEG you to watch the following two short videos.
If you're a woman, you'll howl with laughter.
If you're a man, you'll relive a past horror or I may save you from a miserable fate. opens in a new windowCLICK HERE for the videos.
I continue to revise columns at the website for you. It's a fun project because it allows me to see how much extra stuff I've stumbled across in the 25 years I've been doing AsktheBuilder.com.
What's really interesting is to see some of my first columns and compare them to my current writing style. Wow, what a difference!
The three I've got for you today I think you'll find to be most helpful.
The columns all have superb VIDEOS in them that will save you time and sweet moola.
You can click the photo below or the headline to get to them.
I BEG YOU to at least SKIM over each one so if you have the problem in the future, you'll get a reminder from your gray cells that I've got your answer waiting.
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Winter Clothing Test Begins!
I just wanted you to know I'm about to begin a field test of the Dickies Sanded Duck Coverall. I'm also testing the same item but in the bib version.
We had a cold biting day here about ten days ago where I tried them for just a little bit outdoors. They did really well.
The true test is wearing them all day.
You'll know more soon. If you want to discover more in the meantime, opens in a new windowCLICK HERE.
That's enough for today.
Do It Right, Not Over!