8 Great Reasons for Reading
When technology boomed these recent years, more and more people are glued to their gadgets scrolling every now and then. This results to less and less people picking up newspapers or books to read. However, let's discover some vital reasons why we should get back to reading.
Things you can invest yourself in during this pandemic to earn small money
We are probably halfway through the pandemic and a lot of us are still wasting our time. Here are some things you could give a try
Building Your Second Homemade Telescope - Part 1
Pretty much everybody starts out building a simple refractor telescope like Galileo did. But your second one ought to be a Newtonian reflector. It's tradition. Resistance is futile. Here's a Dobsonian reflector that's pretty doable even for an beginner.
Seven Best Hobbies to Develop at Home during a Lockdown
The pandemic has affected the normal working of professionals and has restricted them to stay at home. Read this article on key tips to develop some of the popular hobbies while staying at home during a lockdown. These hobbies help to contribute to overall holistic development and refresh the mind.
5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Pokémon Go
People all over the globe are engrossed in Pokemon Go since its nostalgic and brings back memories. Here, I'll be taking you through five things that you might not know about Pokemon Go!
Cricut Design Space V6.0.150 Tips for Beginners - Tools Part 3
The third part to the tools on Design Space. This time looking at the left-hand side section. Breaking it down and explaining what the features do!
Cricut Design Space V6.0.150 Tips for Beginners - Tools Part 2
Second part to the tools on Design Space. This time looking at the top section. Breaking it down and explaining what the features do!
Cricut Design Space v6.0.150 Tips for Beginners - CANVAS
Basic Tips about the Cricut Design Space Canvas
A Deeper Look into Kayaking
In summary, kayaking is so much more than it appears to be. Through kayaking, I learn valuable lessons, feel at peace in nature, make memories with my mom, and gain a sense of self-accomplishment through tension. To you, it may simply be a small boat, but to me, it's an outlet.
The Greatest Hobby Ever Created: "Warhammer 40,000"
If you haven't done so already, and you're looking for a hobby to take up all your time, money, and interest, then you need to get into, "the hobby," that is "Warhammer: 40,000" and all that it entails. Miniature painting, books, and video games; there's something for every hobbyist.
What is an OO Gauge Model Railway and other OO Gauge Questions
Questions answered on all things associated with OO gauge model railways.
Model Train Resource: Online Videos of Great Micro-Layouts for Model Railroading
An awesome collection of videos that shows off micro-layouts, small model railroads that fit almost anywhere.
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 32: Convert a Proprietary Hopper Wagon Model, Make It Look Realistic
I've told you about mineral hoppers, how they were deployed on coal and other mined or quarried product traffic. I've showed images of mine and other modellers' achievements. This time I'll take you through the stages of making a standard railway hopper wagon model look like the real thing.
Warhammer 40k Astra Militarum Imperial Guard Infantry Squad
Overview of the Astra Militarum (Imperial Guard) Infantry Squad for Warhammer 40k
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 31: Let Me Introduce You to Ainthorpe Junction
This page serves as a complement to the erstwhile 'Thoraldby' layout (RITES OF PASSAGE - 18), although not replace it in the context of this series where I've 'charted the route' of an imaginary modeller who's worked through from the research and planning to the nitty-gritty of a layout. Read on...
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 30: Non Locomotive Operations  Horses for Courses*
In Part 26 I raised non-locomotive operations on rope-worked and self-acting inclines such as at Ingleby. The theme now is horse-shunting and delivery and replacements, tractors and mechanical horses.
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 29: Wheels of Industry, N.E. Docks, Heavy Industry & Mining Links
A mainly pictorial appendix to ROPFAMR - 1: North Eastern Research, a comprehensive overview of rail traffic generated by industry in the region fairly common to other industrial regions in the UK
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 28: Scope and Skills Limitations, How Far Can You Take Your Hobby?
With DCC, Sound, smoke and multi-lever controls at your disposal, how far do you take your hobby? Are you a rivet-head perfectionist, measuring everything or are you happy just running your trains?
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 27: Thorpe Carr, a Space-Saving Mini Layout in Progress
A compact layout you can build on your own, to fit across the back seats in your car? Let's go through the drill: frame, 'ground level' and scenic forme, laying out the track, best options, underlay
Stereoviews Investments in History Capturing the Golden Era in 3D
Stereoviews were a unique form of early photography that gave common folk the opportunity to travel around the world in 3 Dimensions. The views are an investments of history from 1880’s to the 1920’s.
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - Introducing the Series, Themes and Aspects
An introduction to the series, to familiarise yourself with the contents of each of the pages. From deciding on the region you wish to model, era, locomotives, stock, signals... to running, and how.
Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 26: Non-Locomotive Operations, Double and Single-Track Self-Acting Incline
There was another one after all! Self-Acting Inclines, where a pair of cable drums takes over from locomotives. There were many around quarrying and mining where steep hills needed to be negotiated
4 Snazzy Craft Ideas for Empty Beer Cans or Bottles
Consider recycling your empty beer cans and bottles by making some beautiful and useful items. Presented are a decorative bottle for home décor, broken glass art, a beer bottle bird feeder, and a hummingbird feeder, each with a how-to video and a bulleted recap of materials and tools used. Enjoy!