Monthly Archives: July 2011

My Didgeridoo

CONSTRUCTION PHASEHere is the DIY of my didgeridoo.  LINK 2″ PVC didgeridoo I took a blow torch to the pvc, flexed it, held it, and poured cold water over it. Slightly flared end Twisted My grandfather thought the pvc resembled … Continue reading

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El Salvador- Unexpected Visitors

Part way through our trip to El Salvador, six people from our hometown church came and joined a team from Florida as we did evangelical outreaches.  We didn’t know that Chuck and Mike would be joining us.  It was so … Continue reading

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El Salvador- Pastel Story

Do you remember back in March when I wrote a post called “A Gift” and shared how I was pursuing ways to share my love of art for the glory of God?  While in El Salvador I was able to … Continue reading

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13 Months Old!!!

Wow, where has the time gone? What is Eliana up to now that she is over a year old?  She can climb in and out of her Little People block wagon. She can see new challenges and is fearless when … Continue reading

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Kyle’s new instrument

DIY – PCV Didgeridoo for less than $20USDBy Kyle Guess Resource:Making Your Own PVC DidjeriduBy Johan Lundback and Matt Newby Purchased:1 – 2″ PVC, 5’/60″ length (see notes 1 and 2) = $42 – 2″ End Cap PVC = $31 … Continue reading

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Little Friends

We’ve been able to visit some small friends in the last two weeks.  Seeing little ones younger than Eliana always amazes me as it reminds me of how much Eliana has grown.  There are things I miss about Eliana being … Continue reading

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Hume Lake

We headed up to Hume Lake early yesterday morning.  The night before we debated whether to head up to Hume or another lake near by.  We figured if Eliana woke up early and stayed up (thus needing a morning nap) … Continue reading

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