Ever since men began to walk, fire was the most important think to civilization. It cooked your food, smelted your metal, kept dangerous creatures at bay and harnessing fire changed the course of the word. Starting a fire can be done various ways. I will not go into how to get one started by rubbing sticks together or making a bow. I will demonstrate proper fire building using tinder and flame. This way you will be able to make a nice bonfire during your next camping trip!
Small twigs, brush, paper, dried leaves (tinder)
Large twigs, smaller pieces of wood
A few small logs, possibly a bigger one
Matches or a lighter
Pile of rocks
Bucket of water
Hatchet for chopping larger wood if necessary
First we need to get the fire pit ready. Circle the are you...
For entrepreneurs, one of their main goals should be to protect their business. Therefore, it is essential to have business insurance in order to keep a business running, if unfortunate circumstances should arise. With today’s rough economy, some business owners make the mistake of trying to save some money by eliminating property, liability, health, and skimping on car insurance. However, there are three types of insurance that are crucial for entrepreneurs, as it could one day save their company.
1. Property Insurance
If a business suffers damages because of vandalism, theft, fire, flood, storms or other natural disasters, property insurance will cover the cost. The insurance can cover things such as:
With property insurance,...
When you have a loft bed, you get to utilize the space below it. It’s not really a bunk bed. You can place shelves, a desk, dressers, TV, or other items underneath. This is a great project for a kid’s room, which has too much stuff and not enough space. If you are creative, you can even design a bookshelf under the bed. You can also make another bed and have a computer table next to the bed. Obtain good ideas of designs and then get started.
What you’ll need to do first is get a good idea of the space for the bedding.
Plywood and lumber boards
Bolts and screws
You need to measure the wood and area. You need four lumber posts 4″x4″x8′ long. Three should be 2″x6″x8′ with 1 piece...