First step: find a good place for it. Hint: dowsing does not work.
Second step: mark it.
It’s just a stick in the ground. The story about the grounded Stick is over at the BBC.
Third step: empty out everything that’s not a hole.
This things costs a fortune and has no build-in level, save an auto-level?
The tomatoes do not grow very well this year.
We should have a nice little hole at this point. As this hole is deep enough to reach groundwater level and beyond we can make a lot more out of it, for example: a well.
A nice little how-to, a bit more useful than this will be put in my next post.
I wanted to open a project for the parser over at github but they insist, quite vehemently on a name for the project.
Every pet needs a name, huh?
A name, a name…mmh…what shall it be?
Yes, I think that name fits a project like this.
*fiddling at github*
Those are the words most of the periods start that the average expert in the area—inter ea sunt: me— would call, with aplomb, “hectic”. Continue reading
Dana Hunter made some nice pictures of stones-if I might be so ignorant in this case and in this case only-here. I took one of these pictures (the corner of a sandstone pillar) and tried The Gimp for a bit of enhancement to the visibility of the stone’s structure. Could not call it a complete failure, but could be better. Continue reading