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I split the site into 2, moved the garden, butterflies, biochar, grow-lights, and gardening for cats, to DirtOnMyHands.com
. Some of the links on this page will point to the gardening page.
Christine DeMerchant's Web Page
Ticks on Cats
My page on Tick. Since ticks bite pretty much everybody indiscriminately it is a useful page for cats and dogs as well as humans. Life cycle, diseases ticks carry, some control.
Scamp Navigation Page. The list was getting too long.
Jigs, Storage, Tools, Mousetraps, Rust Cleaning and other bits and bobs
A bunch of things I have made or used that have worked well for me. They end up as orphans on the website but they are interesting enough to be looked at occasionally.
Wooden Boat Plans suitable for use as a Tender
A whole lot of links to boat plans which would work well as tenders. Some free. Many different boatbuilding methods including stitch and glue, strip building and ultralight skin on frame
Growing Canna Lilies from Seeds
Although it's faster to use tubers, Canna Lilies are easy to start from seeds and much cheaper.
Working on the Topside
My SCAMP is turned over and I've been working on finishing the topside
How to check your cat for ticks and how to remove them.
Spring has sprung, sort of, and ticks are starting to show up. Time to check the critter for ticks. New page tells you how to check and remove ticks.
Improved article on Treating Fleas on cats
Getting Rid of Fleas in the House
It's time to treat the cats for fleas. I've improved and updated the page and added a new page on how to treat the home for fleas.
What is that boat called? A dictionary on types of boats
Boat types and names are confusing, here is an attempt at figuring out what was what. This page is the result on my own notes trying to figure out different types of boats. It's a bit clearer now.
It's Fall and the Dogs and Cats will be coming inside. It's time to start treating everyone for fleas and ticks so they don't bring them in the house.
I finally made myself a Clamp Rack
Finally after many years, I finally gave up the "chuck everything into a milk crate" school of clamp storage and made myself a rack. It's got wheels too!
I bought a new scraper and I'm thrilled
In an effort to make cleaning up and finishing epoxy easier I got myself a new silicon carbide blade scraper. I'm thrilled with the stupid scraper. Go figure!