Build your own Kegerator

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We built a kegerator for pony kegs (1/6 keg) to show you how easy it can be.  The hardest part is figuring out if your refrigerator is going to fit the keg you want.  For a pony keg you need approximately 4.4 cu. ft. If you can find or have a small fridge without a […]

Paddle Repair

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Took a raft trip down the lower Deschutes and broke a paddle. Fortunately we had an extra.  Decided we better fix this one for an extra paddle next time.

Aug 9th NW crosssing

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Thank you to all who stopped by and made our first farmer’s market a success.  We completed two cedar Adirondack chairs and had a great time letting you know about our plans for a community workshop. We will be working on learning how to use our new website and getting a “how to” video on […]

Wooden Adirondack Chair

Catch DIYcave at Saturday Market on Aug 9th

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Saturday, August 9th we will be at the NW Crossing farmer’s market for our first introduction to the public.   Our website is up and running (thank you Mike),  and in typical DIY fashion, we will add content as we learn how. We  have a short survey up which will help us to gather the […]

How to Fix Your Stove

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I’ve got a broken control knob on the top of the honey-do list. Here’s a quick video that shows you how to remove the faceplate, identify wiring and inspect and repair the control knob. Tools you’ll need: This That The other thing Got any questions? Leave a comment below.