Saturday Linkages: Coop Plans, Moonshine and Mercury in Seafood

How to Build A Chicken Coop
by TimothySanders. Based on Tom and Lyanda’s Chicken coop.


DIY

Infographic: How To Build Tom and Lyanda’s Backyard Chicken Coop http://thetanglednest.com/2012/12/infographic-how-to-build-our-coop/ …

An easy way to make moonshine: http://boingboing.net/2012/12/18/an-easy-way-to-make-moonshine.html …

Pastoral Pavilion: Eco-Friendly Retreat Meets Regional Style | Designs & Ideas on Dornob http://dornob.com/pastoral-pavilion-eco-friendly-retreat-meets-regional-style/ …

Gardening
Loving David Culp’s Layered Garden. Scheming to see the garden. | Garden Rant http://gardenrant.com/2012/12/loving-david-culps-layered-garden-scheming-to-see-the-garden.html …

The story of Mission grapes: http://garynabhan.com/i/archives/1942

Signs of the Mayan Apocalypse
Cigarette company endorses apples: http://boingboing.net/2012/12/18/cigarette-company-endorses-app.html …

Mercury in seafood: Where does it come from? http://grist.org/food/mercury-in-seafood-where-does-it-come-from/#.UM036EuO8V8.twitter …

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  1. Using a simple still to make alcohol to drink can blind and even
    kill you. The trouble is that it doesn’t separate the methanol
    (“wood” alcohol) from the ethanol (“grain” alcohol).

    If someone were to make this, they should only use it for cooking
    or sterilizing wounds. If someone really wanted to make a still,
    there are plenty of plans on the intertubes.

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