In July 1991 a new set was installed in the Broom Cupboard. This was predominantly yellow in colour, with purple and blue flashes. The original intention was to augment the design with neon signage but this took some while longer to arrive.

We know that every grain and seed, is a record of ancient time. A promise of all that’s yet to be and what I claim as mine…. As the grape shall change to become the wine, I change in the cauldron of life. I’ll drink the wine of enchantment and learn from the lessons of strife. Within all forms is locked the path of future, present and past. The Ancient Ones who spin our fates Lay Blessings on us at last. Having planted once my future goals. They now come to fruition. I spoke aloud and Goddess heard. Giving birth to my ambition. I work and weave new patterns to my life, I open my heart to greatest good. And banish pain and strife. On Lughnassadh now I reach to sky. My faith on solid ground. I welcome Harvest to my life, where Blessings shall abound. By oat and grain and wheat and corn. By Air, Fire, Water and earth. By Sword and chalice, hoof and horn. The Harvest now is birthed ~

I got mine built inspired by your design. Thanks for the concept and the tips. I didn’t follow the blueprints, but borrowed some IP our of it. I did include the wheels for easier access and also added a serrated edge. That way I can just rest a tool that I’m currently using (or in case the rack itself is full). I also found a purchased tool hanger hanging around and I attached it to the side. It might be over-engineered, but is fun to see how it’s been evolving. I can clearly see where my thought process changed during the build.

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Out went the computer generated ident, replaced by an animated logo which was played in from videotape at the start of each afternoon. The ident cycled through the letters comprising the world Children’s, with animating lines forming and re-forming appropriate objects behind each letter – car for C, horse for H, and so on. This idea reprised, in an early off-screen branding exercise, on specially-printed stationery used for all letters sent out by the production office.

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The former tennis star revealed that he then hired private detectives to follow the waitress, but called them off and decided to accept paternity, long before a secret DNA test later confirmed that he was indeed the father of Anna, now three.

If you just really don’t have enough space in your garage, you can add-on easily. You just have to ensure that you are set where building codes are concerned and then you can add just a small section to give you the extra storage that you need. A simple wooden foundation takes just a little time and is fairly inexpensive.Via: Familyhandyman – Get More Garage Storage With a Bump-Out Addition

Assembly is very easy and can be done without tools. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Whitmor’s easy, no tools required rack looks great & adds function to almost any space. Removable wood shelf can be used like a butcher’s block or for appliances & cookware.

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Drill 1/4-inch pilot holes in the 1-by-4s to match the holes you drilled in the PVC pipes. Space the PVC pipes to accommodate the varying widths of the tops of your lawn rakes, garden rakes, hoes, shovels or whatever tools you want to hang.

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Rubbermaid’s deluxe tool tower makes storing long-handled tools a snap—even if you don’t have much wall space. There are other configurations, including a triangle-shape version for corners. See how to build your own.

Don’t leave your tool collection piled in a drawer or on a shelf. Designate a spot for each item in one of our tool chests and boxes, so you can spend less time searching for specific tools and more time working on your projects. Storage racks and containers are also great options to organize your tools and hardware. Storing your equipment on freestanding shelving units and components will make them more visible and easily accessible. Keep your tools and equipment off the ground with our wall-mounted storage systems. Work supports and workbenches can provide a place for you to work on your projects and store your tools once you’re done for the day. Protect your tools and equipment from dust and moisture by storing them in a garage cabinet system.

Shop a broad range of storage and organizing solutions to help you more easily and effectively manage your tools and supplies in the garage or shop. We carry the best in bins and racks, chrome wire shelving, lockers, steel shelving, storage cabinets, tool chests, wall mount storage, and more. Our top brands like Quantum Storage Systems, Homak, Stack-On, and Vestil will provide you with easy storage solutions at an unbeatable value.

The $29 Simplee Cleen Microfiber Household Mop was the second-best dust mop we tested, but it was only at its best when combined with the Legacy Household Chenille Microfiber Refill Pad, which it doesn’t come bundled with. (The two coarse blue pads it comes with are terrible at picking up dust.) The bright green chenille pad is as effective as the blue chenille side of our pick, and the Simplee Cleen has a sturdy, extendable handle and a Velcro frame that can attach to different cloths. But the hard Velcro teeth are built into the frame, so once they wear out—and based on our durability tests they will—you’ll have to buy a whole new dust mop, frame, handle, and all.

I’ve only had this mop for a few weeks, but I really like it. I had a Mr. Clean dust mop and it worked okay, however the handle was always coming unscrewed from the base. This dust mop is wider and glides along the floor much better. The handle seems to stay in place and the comb that came with it m…  see moreof sweet pea’s review

The book is Becker’s latest moneymaking venture following a series of disastrous investments and an embarrassing trial last year for tax evasion. Since the incident in the broom cupboard and his retirement as a player in 1999 most of his vast fortune has disappeared. Six weeks ago he announced that he was moving to Switzerland to escape Germany’s notoriously high levels of tax.

This rack is very useful in Texas. It’s very sturdy, on wheels, and holds more items than I expected. The wheels allow it to be moved out of the way quickly when one needs the garage for your car(s), as when there is a possibility of hail or tornado. It cost a little more than I had expected to pay for a lawn tool storage rack, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I believe it’s worth the cost. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tool-Rack-with-Wheels/14003485

Whether you are cooking kabob on outdoor grills or indoor ovens, there are a lot of tedious steps involved in turning each skewer …separately. There is also a chance you may burn yourself attempting to turn each skewer. Therefore, to make cooking kebabs safer, quicker, and efficient, we are introducing ‘SkeweRack’, shish kabob rack system that allows flipping over all skewers simultaneously. As evident from the below video, SkeweRack can minimize the steps involved in turning all skewers and make cooking enjoyable. SkeweRack is not only for those who love to cook, but also for those who want their family/friends to be safe during cooking. SkeweRack is made with sturdy stainless steel flat skewers and easily fits on grills and inside ovens. read more

This material, or an off-the-shelf skylight, could be added to a section of the roof of an existing shed to add more natural light to the space. Steal space-saving design tricks such as taking advantage of wall space to hang tools and having areas beneath workstations double as storage. Here, the recycling bins tuck into the nook left on the exterior by the workshop table. Your turn: Show us your garden shed in the Comments below.

In less than an hour you can get that jumble of long-handled yard tools neatly stored in this simple rack. The best part is, the rack will be customized to exactly the tools you want to store. You can place it at any convenient height, as long as there is enough room for the tool handles to hang below. All you need is a length of 1×6 lumber, two 5-in. by 6-in. metal brackets, six 1¼-in. screws, and two 5/8-in. screws.

Easy shop project for home or school : build a garden tools shelf to organize your tool shed, garage or basement. Watch how I turn a couple of salvage boards and some screws into a handy storage rack perfect for hanging large/long gardening tools out of the way.

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Really decent overall. If you’re planning on putting a lot onto it, similar to what’s shown in the picture, just know that the fit is a lot tighter than what’s shown. I’d recommend maybe 2/3 of what’s shown in the picture to have it feel decent if you’re using your tools often.

The presenter was Phillip Schofield. who had recently returned to the UK (he was born in Oldham and grew up in Newquay) after several years of living in New Zealand. Although he was unknown here, he was rather more famous there, as a presenter of children’s and young people’s programmes, in particular a series called Shazam!

Your garage doesn’t necessarily have to look like a garage. You can paint and add a bit of color if you want to help brighten up that space. If you have steps going into your home for instance, you can paint them a bright color and add a little message to anyone who steps over them. This is a great way to brighten up an otherwise dull and boring space. Via: Landeeseelandeedo – Garage Steps Can Be Pretty Too

Children’s BBC TWO returned in autumn 1990 with a further season introduced by Andi and Simon. Programmes once again included an omnibus edition of the previous week’s two editions of Blue Peter and the acclaimed culture series, Boxpops. In addition to features and guests populating the links, a phone-in game, The 9.25 Express was played each Sunday. In this two callers competed against each other for the chance to win prizes, the eventual winner being shown a selection of prizes in quick succession and having to shout stop on the one they wanted.

Simon was caught off guard again one afternoon when, whilst on air for the closing link of the day, the telephone rang. As is common practice in broadcast studios, the telephone did not audibly ring, but Simon was alerted to it by a flashing light situated alongside the camera. Simon explained everything the following week and even gave viewers a brief tour of the other side of the Broom Cupboard, including a look at the flasher, and his monitor stack.