The Adventures Of IndeMoJo: Jumping Into Spring Projects

  • Friday / March 31, 2023
The Adventures Of IndeMoJo: Jumping Into Spring Projects 1

The Adventures Of IndeMoJo: Jumping Into Spring Projects

Once again. Not much adventures more the things I’ve been doing around the house over the winter—awaiting spring and project plans I have.

The biggest project is building a fence around the perimeter of my property. It will be made with pressure treated ground contact lumber & welded wire cattle fencing—not that I have cattle—just dogs I’d like to stop from shitting in my yard. Welcome to homeownership!

The other project will be a new driveway & sidewalks. This was supposed to happen the end of fall, but it was scheduled too late in fall & became too cold to pour concrete—so I canceled my date in hopes of having it done come May. The call has already been made & am awaiting the contractor to come out & requite the job again.

I preparation of the fence project, I’ve been accumulating tools: implements of mass construction! I’ve bought a new table saw, miter saw, plunge cross cut saw, sander, router, et. al. I’ve built work benches & am in the process of finishing my massive miter saw table. Is it overkill? Guess time will tell. But it is fun & keeps me off the streets!

So these are the Facebook posts that documented the goings on here in IndeMO.

January 4, 2023 @ 4:52 PM
joPhoto Art
#joPhotos: I got 4 more 18″ x 24″ prints made of my photo art.

Funny thing is, all these images are from my time living in Seattle, and trips taken from that point to Vancouver BC, La Jolla, CA, and the Glass Museum in Tacoma, WA.

The neon parking sign photos were in Vancouver, BC. The Hot Coals photo was taken in La Jolla. The Glass Volcano is from the Glass Museum in Tacoma, WA.

As old as these images are, I still love them! They make me smile!

#photography #photos #photographs #LaJolla #VancouverBC #TacomaWA

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January 26, 2023 @ 4:03 PM
A Boy & His Toys
#FileUnder: A Boy & His Toys

In preparation for the “fencing project” coming as soon as the first blush of Spring, I’m starting to accumulate the tools I’ll need. This way I get to set them up, square them, and play well before the first pressure treated piece of lumber & welded wire cattle fencing shows up.

I’m strangely excited by all of this: the tools, the fence, designing & executing the entire project. Sure hope I have the energy!

I put together the miter saw folding stand Tuesday in my dining room. Once done I wheeled it down the 2 flights of stairs to the basement. This afternoon I unboxed the miter saw, bolted it to the stand, and put on the 12″ saw blade.

There may be a 10″ Delta cast-iron tabletop contractor’s table saw in my near future too. We’ll see.

What’s really scary & or über-creative is: I’ll be using 10ft 4×4 as the fence posts. What I want to do is design & build bird houses as finials on the top of every post. The fence will be around the entire perimeter of my property. Guess we’ll see about that too! lol

#saw #construction #toys #homeowner #project #fencebuilding #birdhouse

A Boy & His Toys

Tom Quinlavin: How times change, not too long ago ( we’ll long ago) that would have been a new guitar 🎸 and amp. Have fun with your new toys.

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January 26, 2023 @ 5:22 PM

Joe Streno: Tom … funny story. Before my birthday I bought 2 new Taylor acoustic guitars. Got them. Played one & then returned them both. What I realized was: I already have one Taylor my mom bought for me 20+ years ago. I don’t need any other guitar.

And yeah. Being a home owner changes priorities. Plus I always liked working with wood. So why not. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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January 26, 2023 @ 6:01 PM

Charlie Maraia: Good thing you have the auger.

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January 27, 2023 @ 2:39 PM

Joe Streno: There IS a method to my madness! 😝
January 27, 2023 @ 4:59 PM

Charlie Maraia: Joe Streno 40 years of it, that I’m aware of!

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January 27, 2023 @ 5:21 PM

January 27, 2023 @ 10:23 AM
Strummer In Da House!
#joPhotos: Old photo. New Print.

The company I’ve been using to make canvas art prints for my home (Canvas Champ) gave me a free 11×14 canvas print free for my birthday. How nice! All I had to do was pay for the shipping and “extras” I added to the job.

This is one of my all time fave photos of Joe Strummer I took back stage @ Bonds in NYC circa 1981 (assisted by Ms. Dorothy Orant Morrison ). I’m very proud of this photo.

The original un-Photoshoped version has been published in books, magazines, appeared in a Clash documentary, as well as adorned the cover of the Australian DVD release of that documentary.

This version now hangs in my computer room/office/laundry room, where I can see it every day. Perfect size too. ❤️

Has also got me thinking that I might start selling my photos as canvas prints direct from my website. I have to work out the logistics.

Let me know what you think In comments or interest in buying my photos. 👍

#joPhotos #canvasprints #theysayitsyourbirthday #CanvasChamp

Strummer In Da House!

Regina Galluscio: That so deserves to be on your wall!

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January 27, 2023 @ 10:28 AM

Charlie Maraia: Pretty cool that that’s the last frame on the roll.

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January 8, 2023 @ 4:20 PM

Joe Streno: Charlie … no. It’s just a 35mm frame I graphically constructed in Illustrator & Photoshop.

I did scan and enlarge a 36th frame and used it as a reference. Then I built the frame outlines in Illustrator. Once I had the base, I imported it into Photoshop and added hazing and glow to the text etc, to make it look more realistic. I was surprised to have found the font Kodak used online. Lots of Photoshop action! Then layered in the Joe photo & treated it as well. I’ve always loved the end product. See … it even fooled you. lol

The image itself untreated is amazing. This was just an experiment that I really liked. I’m very proud of both.

You are one of the few people who will understand this. What really made the photo, besides the framing & Strummer looking dead into the lens, when my strobe fired, it triggered another photographer’s slave unit and strobes across the room, which lit Paul and Mick in the background, but created this crisp white line on the side of Joe’s face that made Joe pop. It was just one of those confluence of events that made this photo what it is. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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January 28, 2023 @ 5:56 PM

February 11, 2023 @ 11:11 AM
I Got Me A Mullet
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#joWorkshop: I’m so fashionable I’m sporting a mullet! Well … a Mullet cyclone dust collector—that is. 😂🤣😂

Figured it was a good thing to try as a sawdust collector rather than buying a whole dust collector unit. I figured: start small & work up.

I like that it uses a shop vac which I already had. 👍
I did my research & this is how I’ll roll for a while. (pun intended) 😝

#woodwork #woodworking #boytoys #shopvac #imjuststartingout

February 15, 2023 @ 4:30 PM
A boy & his toys …

#joWorkshop: A boy & his toys …

Well I finally got my Shop Fox hybrid table saw. Awesomeness! ❤️❤️❤️

It came on Monday. I was so very fortunate on a few levels:

  1. The truck it was delivered on had a lift gate.
  2. The delivery guy was extremely cute! Woof!
  3. My neighbor and her nephew were in the front yard.
  4. The nephew was built like a linebacker! Wow!
  5. My neighbor asked her nephew to help me get it from the street down into my basement.
  6. He helped load the 300 lb unboxed saw onto my hand truck and maneuver it to the back near the stairs.
  7. He then proceeded to pick the entire saw up by himself and carried it down the cellar stairs … like he did this every day. Didn’t break a sweat. He was in sandals too! Damn!

That was incredible luck! The woodworking godz were looking out for me! Thank you! And huge thanks to my helper!!! 👍

It took me a couple days to get it all put together, aligned, and ready to cut my first piece of wood.

I still have 10 fingers! Woot! 👐

#woodwork #woodworking #boysamdtheirtoys #tablesaw #shopfox #imjuststartingout #greatful

A boy & his toys ..

Doug Hitchcock: Wow, that’s nice!

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:37 PM

Joe Streno: Right? Wait … the saw, or the guy carrying it down to the basement? Both for me! lol

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:39 PM

Doug Hitchcock: Ha! I specifically meant the saw! lolol

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:39 PM

Doug Hitchcock: I just bought a rip fence for my DeWalt circle saw. Oof!

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:40 PM

Joe Streno: First projects will be a work table. Then a modular miter saw table. Then will need to make wall racks/cabinets to store all my tools & power tools. You know. The usual.

Then come spring a cattle fence fence on 3 sides of my property. Bought a nice dado blade to dado all the 4x4s & 2x4s. Kind of why I’m buying all these tools in preparation for the fence. 👍

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:46 PM

Doug Hitchcock: I am impressed! Wow! Go, Joe!

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:47 PM

Joe Streno: I think I now have an Acme Tools addiction. 🙀🙀🙀
February 15, 2023 @ 4:49 PM

Regina Galluscio: Joe Streno

I was thinking that it’s nice because of both. The kindness of your neighbors and the good fortune that they were even there to see you needed help, at just that moment. Bonus points that he happened to be Hercules.

The saw is way cool too 😄

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:55 PM

Joe Streno: Regina … true dat on all counts! Monday was a beautiful and warm day here too. That’s why they were out when it came. Lucky me! 💪🏿🌞💪🏿

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February 15, 2023 @ 5:01 PM

Ken Wiener: Joe Streno you’re getting cattle?

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February 15, 2023 @ 5:28 PM

Joe Streno: Ken … tofu cattle.
February 15, 2023 @ 6:06 PM

Ken Wiener: Joe Streno I enjoy tofu popcorn

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February 15, 2023 @ 6:18 PM

Charlie Maraia: I have a Grizzly and love it. Have fun, make good stuff.

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:53 PM

Joe Streno: Charlie … I looked at the Grizzly. Got a good price on this one from Acme Tools & the reviews were pretty good too. Guess we’ll see. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
February 15, 2023 @ 4:53 PM

Charlie Maraia: Joe Streno I’m sure they’re similar…

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February 15, 2023 @ 4:59 PM

Liz Samolyk-Finegan: Hope you gave him a tip ! 300 lbs !! wow
February 15, 2023 @ 5:06 PM

Tom Quinlavin: All you need now is a pickup truck

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February 15, 2023 @ 6:16 PM

Joe Streno: Tom … you know I really have been thinking about that. lol But I’ll wait for better electric ones. Right now they eat too much gas. Back 1986 I did have a new Toyota pickup, when I had my band.

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February 15, 2023 @ 9:24 PM

Tom Quinlavin: Joe Streno ford f-150 lightning but you gotta be rich or ford hybrid maverick, just half rich

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February 16, 2023 @ 12:45 AM

Jeffrey Kaufman: Congratulations!! Good luck on making all the items on your list!!

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February 15, 2023 @ 5:06 PM

February 18, 2023 @ 5:44 PM
#joWorkshop: ButisitArt!?!

Is it trash or is it sculpture?

I am a saver. I tend to save boxes from items I have purchased. But no more!

I came to the conclusion @66 this is probably the last big move of my life. Why would I waste all that space storing boxes anymore.

So off to recycling with the boxes on Monday. Though I do need to find a place to recycle all that styrofoam. I’d hate like hell to send it to the dump. I’ll research that on Monday.

All of this to make more space for my basement #workshop.
Out with the old & in with the new! 👍

#ButisitArt #recycle #recycling #cardboard #styrofoam


February 19, 2023 @ 5:36 PM
New Dewalt Miter Saw
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#joWorkshop: Used my new #Dewalt #MiterSaw today for the first time. ❤️

Started the process of cutting 2x4s to the lengths I needed them for my worktables.

The project is for two 2 ft x4 ft mobile worktables that I can use in whatever configuration I might need. They will have toggle clamps on the legs to clamp the 2 tables together when needed. Plus heavy duty casters for rolling them around easily.

BTW I returned the Rigid saw for the Dewalt. The Dewalt is much nicer … but what lousy dust collection! Dewalt! WTF!!! Am researching a better dust solution. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Just another day in IndeMO. 👍

#saw #construction #toys #homeowner #newproject #woodproject #woodprojects

February 24, 2023 @ 6:00 PM
Mobile Workbenches
#joWorkshop: Workbenches complete! Woot! 👍😃👍

Now I just need to figure how I want to finish them. Or at least the tops. Danish Oil, tongue oil, shellac, or polyurethane. I think it will be poly … but we’ll see. I’m in no rush on that.

All my new tools got a workout: KREG pocket hole jig, Makita plunge track saw, Makita jigsaw, Makita orbital sander, and my Ryobi drill was up to the task as well. (No … this is not an advertisement. lol)

For now I just started putting tools etc on & under the 2 new tables, until I can plan some organization method. On the back burner for now.

The next project may be a miter saw station/table. We’ll see.

And made the new tables the same height as the new table saw. So in theory I can use them as off feed for larger cuts. Guess we’ll see.

Just another day in IndeMO. 👍

#worktable #woodworking #powertools #toys #homeowner #newproject #woodproject

Mobile Workbenches

Charlie Maraia: I cover the surfaces in a laminated hard board…can’t think of the name right now because it’s late and I’m old. It’s easy to replace, smooth on top…cheap…but I use MDF as the sub structure to keep a heft.

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February 24, 2023 @ 6:05 PM

Charlie Maraia: I cover the surfaces in a laminated hard board…can’t think of the name right now because it’s late and I’m old. It’s easy to replace, smooth on top…cheap…but I use MDF as the sub structure to keep a heft.

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February 25, 2023 @ 8:10 AM

Joe Streno: Charlie … yeah looked at 3/4 MDF & it is now around $50+ a sheet! I went with birch ply. Figured if I was going to spend that much, it might as well look pretty too. 😝 Also my tops are not glued. So if they get gnarly I can flip them, or replace them. But I doubt that will happen any time soon.

I swear I was pricing materials just a few weeks ago & in the last week or so prices jumped incredibly high. Or … like you … having my own senior moment, as far as prices go. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

February 25, 2023 @ 11:58 AM

Charlie Maraia: Joe Streno your moments are “Senior-er” you’re older. I just use the Masonite as a top layer. Cheap and smooth, easy to sweep off. When that gets ugly, I thought it would be cheaper to replace. I bought my MDF back in 2006. I’ll sell you some!

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February 25, 2023 @ 2:31 PM

Carole Herscheit: Amazing!
February 24, 2023 @ 12:55 AM

February 27, 2023 @ 3:29 PM
Mulch Ado About Nothing
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It’s February 27th & it’s 62° out. Figured it was a nice day to cut the lawn & mulch the leaves that have sat on it all winter. Sure … why not!

Funny … under all those leaves I can see new bright green clover shoots waiting to bust out for spring. Awesome!!!👍

Another day in IndeMO …

#waitingonspring #lawncare #homownership #homeowner #mulchitbaby #mulch

Mark McDonald: Looks like Missouri. Hope all is going well. 😊👍🏡

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February 27, 2023 @ 3:55 PM

Joe Streno: … and for good reason. 😝 I sure do miss Asbury … but I do love my home & fixing it up. 👍

Just waiting on spring and warmer weather.

February 27, 2023 @ 3:57 PM

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February 27, 2023 @ 4:27 PM

Joe Streno: Tom … at least it’s not in the 30s! lol The temps have been all over the place this past week; and we’ve had snow too. But 62º works for me!
February 27, 2023 @ 4:29 PM

Joe Streno: Oh … and it will be in the 30s tonight. But that’s fine. I’ll take warmer afternoons anytime.
February 27, 2023 @ 4:30 PM

Susan Fleischmann Farbstein: Welcome to the Midwest when it can be 90 one minute and 45 the next that will insure a tornado!

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February 28, 2023 @ 2:30 PM

March 2, 2023 @ 10:10 AM
Collapsible Plywood Cutting Station
#joWorkshop: So here’s a collapsible plywood cutting station I whipped up to use with my collapsible saw horses. Got the idea from a YouTube video I saw.

Thought it was a great idea and I had the 2x4s … so why not!

This way I don’t have to clean off and use my new workbenches to do ply cuts. Win win! 👍😃👍

#worktable # wood #woodworking #crosscut #plywood #plywoodstation #newproject #woodproject

Collapsible Plywood Cutting Station

Regina Galluscio: Wow!

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March 2, 2023 @ 11:23 AM

Joe Streno: Regina … This is what happens when I have tools, wood, and an idea. lol

Next up is a miter saw bench. But I needed this BEFORE making my next project. 👍

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March 2, 2023 @ 4:28 PM

Regina Galluscio: Joe Streno

If the cats are forbidden from the basement

You might want to consider your next project to be

Some kind of plant lights on a pulley

Maybe a shelf/table that drops down from the wall- as needed.

And you can start seedlings inside not worrying about the cats eating them for your future gardens.

March 2, 2023 @ 4:31 PM

Regina Galluscio: By the way peas and radishes can be directly sowed outside, in Queens zone 7 St Pats day was for peas, somewhere around mother’s Day for beans. And keep your eyes out for something called inoculant.

It helps you get double the crop from peas and legumes.

But it tends to expire, so look for the smallest packages. Sometimes sold near the seeds.

March 2, 2023 @ 4:34 PM

Joe Streno: Regina … I had thought about some shelving & grow lights down there. But that may have to wait until next season. It’s also about cash too. I have a driveway & sidewalks to get done, raised flowerbed, between those, as well as my perimeter fence project to do. I can only do so much before my head explodes. 🤯🤯🤯

Time, & cash or credit will tell what happens in the coming months. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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March 2, 2023 @ 6:23 PM

March 3, 2023 @ 2:18 PM
Sketchup: Miter Saw Table
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This is a drawing I did for my new miter saw table in #SketchUp. I took a little time to learn the basics of the program, had a few failures … but learning the keyboard commands for the tools was key to speeding up progress.

I did this drawing in about 3 hours. The cool thing is all the measurements are spot on to the fraction of an inch. And to someone who is “fractions challenged” … this is a great thing. ❤️

In my basement, there are sections of the cement wall that jut out about 2.5 feet. So rather than build in front of it, I am building on top of it. 👍

I reworked an idea from another YouTube video for a miter saw table. Mine will also have a fence on both sides of the table, as well as t-track & tape measure routered into the deck to be able to have stop blocks on either side to cut repeat lengths of board.

Now all I have to do is build it! 😝

Just another day in IndeMO. 👍🤓👍

#mitersawtable #mitersaw #wood #woodworking #newproject #woodproject

March 5, 2023 @ 5:09 PM
It’s A Sunny Day
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It’s sunny & 70° @ 5:00PM here in IndeMO. Made a lumber run earlier this afternoon. Now I’m just relaxing & “resisting” the setting sun in my eyes … me & Smokey. 👍😎

Geoff Hoover: M-I-Z!

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March 5, 2023 @ 5:22 PM

Geoff Hoover: Z-O-U!

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March 5, 2023 @ 5:23 PM

Geoff Hoover: My old stomping grounds

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March 5, 2023 @ 5:23 PM

Joe Streno: I just liked the tiger. It was our old Linden High School mascot. I have a few Mizzou hats for that reason. 👍
March 5, 2023 @ 6:18 PM

March 11, 2023 @ 6:14 PM
Papa’s Got A Brand New Vise
#joWorkshop: Installed my new wood vise on my newly polyurethaned bench.

Things coming together slowly but steadily. 👍

#woodvise #vise #workbench #workbenchbuild #polyurethane

Papa’s Got A Brand New Vise

Carolyne Mas: You’re Amazing!

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March 12, 2023 @ 11:12 PM

Joe Streno: Awwwwwe geeeee shucks!
March 12, 2023 @ 11:15 PM

March 13, 2023 @ 6:35 PM
Noggin Protection
#joWorkshop: Noggin Protection

I’m all for protective equipment. While I’m doing any cutting, drilling, sanding, etc I wear a a dust mask and protective eyewear. I also wear gloves 3/4 of the time.

Since I’ve been working more and more in my basement I have been injuring my head more often. Even though I wear a baseball hat ALL the time, there are still a LOT of low hanging pipes & HVAC ducts. Even though the ducts are covered in silver backed insulation, they are still a noggin hazard. Just look at the one photo of the top of my head—that’s just one week of injuries.

So. I figured maybe it was time I did something to protect my precious melon. I bought a hardhat! Who woulda thunk!
Today was my first full day of wearing it. I was actually surprised how comfortable it was. True it does add to my height a bit, but now if I hit the top of my head—no more baseball cap button slamming into the skin of my head. Guess if I had more hair … that might offer some cushion. But I doubt it.

Oh well … as crazy as it might seem. I think I’m better off.

And the Keith Haring “Radiant Baby” sticker gives me a giggle each time I see it & generates massive amounts of creative energy. Giggles are good. Head injuries not so good.

#OSHA #protection #woodworking #basementworkshop #booboos #keithharing #radiantbaby

Noggin Protection

Scott Harvey: I’m thinking this was a smart move! 🙂

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March 13, 2023 @ 6:37 PM

Joe Streno: Scott … BIG TIME! 🩹🤕🩹
March 13, 2023 @ 6:38 PM

Scott Harvey : I may need to get one for when I show tall people homes 😉

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March 13, 2023 @ 6:38 PM

>March 20, 2023 @ 5:29 PM
Looking Good!
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#joWorkshop: Looking more like a place to work than just a catch all.

Everything in it’s own time. It IS a process. 👍

Still working on the miter saw bench. Trying to make a dust hood. Plans are still in my brain. Need to dump them into Sketchup to plan for real. lol

#downinthebasement #woodworking #wood #workbench

March 29, 2023 @ 4:46 PM
Dis House Is For Da Birds!
It was only in the 50s but very sunny today & it sure felt good! So good I started clearing leaves out of flower beds, and cutting back dried growth from all the perennials. Four big bags full of leaves. Now I have to decide if I should keep them to help fill up the raised flower beds that I’ll be building this spring. Guess we’ll see. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Hell I even put up my new poly-wood birdhouse today. So very colorful! Hope some happy bird family nests in it. Either way it’s very cool. LOVE the colors! Pop!

#garden #gardening #leaves #driedleaves #justanotherthang

Dis House Is For Da Birds!

Marian Porges: That is one pretty bird feeder!

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March 29, 2023 @ 5:45 PM

Joe Streno: Marian … Why yes it is! Thank you. But it’s a birdhouse. 🐦‍⬛🪺😝🪺🐦‍⬛
March 29, 2023 @ 5:59 PM

Marian Porges: Joe Streno yeah, that’s what I meant 🙂

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February 15, 2023 @ 8:05 PM

Liz Samolyk-Finegan: Joe Streno …Love that birdhouse where on earth did you get it ?

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March 29, 2023 @ 7:20 PM

Joe Streno: Liz … me too! Direct from Etsy. They make all shapes sizes & color combos & they are all poly-wood. So the color and house will be that bold & last forever. And the poly is made from 100% recycled plastics. 👍

Etsy: Large Whimsical Poly Birdhouse

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March 29, 2023 @ 7:30 PM

Liz Samolyk-Finegan: Joe Streno THANX !!

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March 30, 2023 @ 10:27 AM

Regina Galluscio: Leaves/brown can really help speed up a compost pile of kitchen scraps and lawn mowings. Plus this might sound crazy, human pee kick starts compost piles. It also makes a perfect amazing fertilizer when mixed one part p to 20 parts water.
I did my own trial, comparing tomato plants, in pots. All had my regular compost soil mix. One section were fertilized with something like Miracle-Gro. One section no fertilizer. One the urine water combo. When I saw it truly worked I started using it everywhere, perennials Berry shrubs. Some don’t dilute it as much as 20 to 1. But I’d rather feed more often and at a slower rate.

A gardener friend in Queens who had some of the most amazing flower beds, she would swipe up neighbors bags of leaves. I never did it her way but she actually stacked hefty bags, bag after bag in a pyramid shape, and I believe she left them in the bags for a very long time before she used them as mulch. She didn’t even have a big yard but felt the leaves were worth it.

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March 30, 2023 @ 7:55 PM
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Joe Streno

Joe Streno

artist . musician . photographer . retired apple computer consultant . residing on planet earth with his two cats rudie, & rocco & living to tell tales about it

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