Our FAIRS bring living wisely to life with hands-on workshops in organic gardening, country skills, renewable energy and more.
9/24/2010 5:45:46 AM
By John Rockhold
MAX, 2010 Fair
Unfortunately our fabulous DIY car, MAX, won't be at the Fair. Check out the posts below for the full story. But Jack will still be there!
MAX Update No. 59: Lies My GPS Told Me
MAX Update No. 60: An Unplanned Body Modification
MAX is getting prepped for paint, and all the essential bodywork is done for the new, streamlined ro...
Build a bicycle cargo trailer and haul almost anything—furniture, boxes, even a barbecue grill—using...
The quake that struck near Prague, Oklahoma on November 5, 2011, was the biggest ever recorded in th...
MAX gets a couple of cheap and easy thermoformed headlight protectors, to keep light from getting ou...
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