How To Build a CFL Grow Light Fixture – CHEAP!

www.tomorrowsgarden.net This light does a nice job for under including bulbs. I suggest getting more powerful bulbs to really kick your growing up a notch. Here is a link to some nice ones that I plan to buy and install in this fixture: 85watt 6700K bulb: www.amazon.com 85watt 2700K bulb: www.amazon.com Dual Light Socket Online: www.amazon.com Comments welcome, thanks! ALSO…If you’d like to share a photo of what you created with this idea, upload a photo to www.tinypic.com and send me the link to it. I’ll add it to the sidebar info for others to see! Check out these photo links for a 4 bulb version that You Tube user EatDrinkSmokeBeMerry came up with: tinypic.com tinypic.com tinypic.com ALSO! You Tube user betitalldiebroke sent these links and info to what he did: I removed the the cage from the drop light, cut a hole in the hood, put the light through the hole, added the sockets, screwed in the bulbs and was done. I went with the 105watt CFL bulbs you linked. i45.tinypic.com i45.tinypic.com You Tube user granne2 came up with this version which is very nice: tinypic.com You Tube user SmunchyReviews came up with this long, deluxe, heavy duty version: tomorrowsgarden.net and tomorrowsgarden.net shelmarie87 sent me these photos of their build: tinypic.com tinypic.com

Light and Heavy Timber Framing Made Easy; Balloon Framing, Mixed Framing, Heavy Timber Framing, Houses, Factories, Bridges, Barns, Rinks,

Light and Heavy Timber Framing Made Easy; Balloon Framing, Mixed Framing, Heavy Timber Framing, Houses, Factories, Bridges, Barns, Rinks,


Title: Light and Heavy Timber Framing Made Easy: Balloon Framing, Mixed Framing, Heavy Timber Framing, Houses, Factories, Bridges, Barns, Rinks, Timber-Roofs, and All Other Kinds of Timber Buildings Publisher: Chicago: Drake Publication date: 1909 Subjects: Framing (Building) Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. You can also preview the book there.

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Ulladulla Light House

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Ulladulla Light House
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Image by Sam Ilić
Ulladulla’s lighthouse is part of a network of navigational aids maintained around Australia’s 20,000 kilometre coastline for the safety of ships and other crafts. Located at the Eastern end of Deering St Ulladulla, a 5 minute drive from the centre of Ulladulla.

The iron lighthouse was built in 1871 and was originally located at the entrance to Ulladulla harbour. The first Lighthouse keeper was William Gambell, an ex-sea captain who lived with his wife and family in a slab house on the beach. The lighthouse was re-erected to Ulladulla’s south headland – Warden’s Head in 1889.

It was designed in the Colonial Architect’s Office by Edward Moriarty in the same style as the Wollongong Breakwater Light. It is one of only 2 lighthouses in New South Wales made from wrought iron plates.

At Wardens Head the lighthouse first had a fixed light of 800 candles operating. In 1920 the original oil lamp was replaced with a flashing light powered by acetylene gas for automatic operation and the station was demanned. In 1922 the lighthouse keepers cottage was re-erected from Warden Head to Milton, where it still stands today.

The next conversion was to to electricity in 1964. The light is now battery operated and float charged from 240v mains supply.

The current road out to Warden’s Head and car park was developed by the Ulladulla Council in the mid 1940’s to encourage visitors to the lighthouse.

Source: www.ulladulla.info/attractions/lighthouse.html

Sydney Opera House at dusk
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Image by ~Bob~West~
The Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon in 1956. Construction began in 1959, and it was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1973.

I was going to crop out the float plane, but decided to leave it in.

Published in the Sydney guide by Schmap.

Mahratta House & garden open day
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Image by yewenyi
Mahratta’ is one of Sydney’s finest examples of an Art Deco home and the Paul Sorensen designed gardens are amongst his most beautiful.

Once every few years this magnificent private property is opened to the community. You are invited to a rare chance to wander around the 1.6 hectares of gardens which include rare exotic and native Australian plants, laid out by the famous Danish landscape architect Paul Sorensen.

These gardens are lovingly cared for primarily on a voluntary basis by the members of the School of Philosophy, the current owners and stewards of this historic home, and the gardens have never looked better.

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