that is a cool cross dk, cant wait to see what comes of those shrimp.
im guessing you found your paper towel holder huh lol. auto parts work wonders for things other than auto's hehehe. so do clothes racks lol
Actually, no, they are part of the plumbing schematic (Can you find them in the pic, below?? heh heh. Don't mind the rough looking bar counter, DK has made a recent trip to a certain Amish shop where she is a-gettin' sumpin' fabricated by the Amish.). Still need the paper towel holder, although I do have something I am considering using - an old pair of ice tongs I have.
DK those look Amazing, Can't wait to see the full line if they hold true and breed for you. It seems like the shrimp you keep are just amazing compared to anything I see around me.
I see nice in my area, and I see amazing in this thread.
Yeah, it's a fun project. DK's been running a number of mad projects the past year or two that she hasn't published much about. She was wanting to focus on the fundamentals of her automation system, and they (the breeding projects, that is) were just background stuff going on at the time. Now, she has her system dialed in pretty well and can increase the focus on the projects. Well, after she gets the household projects better underway, that is. She is in the THICK of them for the next month or two (the household projects, that is):
Yesterday she became an inadvertent cooktop technician. She was trying to remove and replace the gasket on her cooktop and had it upside down and was goo-be-gone-ing the gasket.
Problem was, the tempered glass cooktop surface is DIMPLED on the bottom, where the gasket is attached.
So, that **** glass sucked the goo-be-gone across those dimples, into the cooktop itself.
DK was not wanting goo-be-gone residue inside her cooktop box, as it contains some solvents. Solvents and a heat source inside a closed container are not such a good idea, she believes.
So, she went to take the cooktop lid off, upside down due to the goo be gone, and when she lifted the box...
...well, all sorts of parts came apart in the upside down configuration.
So, she hadda learn cooktop anatomy and physiology on the fly.
In the process, she cleaned a haze off the inside of her tempered glass, too, and then put all back in order.
And then, she did a full kitchen sink plumb job, from mounting new drains onto the sink, mounting the new sink into the counter, and plumbing up the MOTHER of all faucets, two soap dispensers, and a hot water dispenser into the deck. (That ain't no big box knock off faucet, she's custom made of all professional componentry and stands nearly three feet up from the deck, and BLASTS out water from the pre-rinse head - you just gotta feel her to appreciate the difference.)
She is really, really tired, today.
But has a kickin' new kitchen sink setup.