Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The only way to put last night behind us...


.....is to try to think of something else, anything......

How to Thatch a Roof :
"Thatching a roof is actually not as complex as it sounds and you can do it yourself without consulting a roofing expert. After all, there was often nobody in that profession to help villagers in rural England when they made their own roofs a few centuries ago. As long as you are prepared and ready to devote a lot of time and effort to the process, there is no reason you cannot do it yourself. In England, the traditional thatch material used for most thatch roofs is straw, either combed wheat straw or longstraw. In the lowlands of England, water reed, also known as Norfolk reed, is used. These are available from suppliers to be shipped almost anywhere. Newer synthetic thatch materials, also on the market, are claimed to last longer than natural products, but those sensitive to chemicals may wish to avoid these."
For more on this topic visit - Onlinetips.org

FASCINATING!

Did we lose last night? I can't remember.

5 comments:

  1. Well. DID you lose last night?

    If so, you gotta dust yourselves off and get right back on that horse...

    (As for the HCLC teams, I think we have another smackdown brewing for Sunday!)

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  2. I can't remember, either. All I can think about is where I can find some straw.

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  3. Oh we lost, but you should see our roofing plans.

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  4. even though you lost the game, perhaps being named this week's "Blog With Balls" is a reasonable consoloation prize:

    www.blogswithballs.com/2009/12/blogs-with-balls-radio-episode-12

    If not, feel free to continue your search for a roof to thatch.

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  5. Hey guys, Thanks for the props on your show. It's nice to get some positive attention, and for what it's worth, I really enjoyed listening to your show for the first time.

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