With tremendous help from the Hatada sea, mountain and forest project I started my first honey bee shed. Once finished I won’t need to take my tools each time in to the apiary. Hopefully she be done by February, Not to keen on putting the roof on though.
I like reflecting.
2016 marked the year I became a bee-haver and not a bee keeper, a little black mark which ultimately set me back a few years. You see I have the tendency to bite off more than I can chew and this year I literally choked myself working for Project Shunyoso also while doing a full time job, some coding and occasionally working at hotel anaga, Once again I had put myself in the fast lane of life and burning rubber I didn’t have.
Sometime in January I came off my motorbike cough motor scooter and long story short, It was an icy day I wasn’t going fast, I braked on a manhole and can ned my ass off.
A few weeks past and my knee really started ache and eventually my whole body too. Normally, Well I used to bounce back pretty fast, but 2016 was just roller coaster of mess after mess.
- Walk more
- Cycle more
- Drink more water
- Sleep more
- Apple vinegar (for some reason does really work so keep that up)
- and bee-keep more.
- Simple goals for a simple life, 2017 I welcome your challenge. 🙂 lol
Designed to cut grass at low revolutions this weed whacker blade pays for itself in just a day or two of work. The double slit Iwama does exactly what it claims to do, slice through grass at extreme cost performance.
After a good 40 hours using this blade and I must say I am most happy with the its smooth use.
- Great on gas and electric machines.
- Save gas; I haven’t tried a 4 stroke machine yet, but on two strokes I am using around half of what I used too.
- Kicks butt on clover, absolutely amazing.
- Not for heavy cutting.