This Site Might be of Help

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by big rockpile, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. mamajohnson

    mamajohnson Knitting Rocks! Supporter

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    fordson major construction and Garden b Supporter

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    thanx brp, this site hit a lot of emails today!
     
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    WanderingOak Well-Known Member

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    Egad, that is a long list!!!! I hope all of those links are good. Thanks for the website!
     
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    Thanks for the site brp! I added it to my favorites list. :D
     
  6. seedspreader

    seedspreader AFKA ZealYouthGuy

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    There are a lot of them under the building plans section that aren't, but just look at it like Christmas, each one you open, you are not sure what you are going to get!
     
  7. Windy in Kansas

    Windy in Kansas In Remembrance

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    I would also like to echo "Thanks!" in giving us a link to the site. I especially found the fire starting pipe of interest.

    I wish too, that the bicycle rope water pump would have shown detail of the water stripper. Six gallons per minute pumping rate is pretty impressive. I'm not sure that such a device could be used in a cased well. I also expect that a gasoline engine driven pulley would produce similar results as a bicycle powered pump.

    Again, thanks for the link.