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Ted Ewen
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This is a chaussehammer in Danish. I have no idea what it is for and image searches turn up lots of Danish results to buy one, but none carry a description of use.

Does anyone know what their purpose is, or what they are called in the English speaking world?
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23/04/2017
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Once you’re outside the circle of people who agree that you’re special, you’re just another human body. And that’s hardly ever a good situation, especially for a woman.

Paraphrased from Soldiers Live by Glen Cook.

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I realised that seeing what the whole thing is meant to be might help make more sense of all the progress photos. Here is the +SketchUp drawing. Haven't quite figured out what to do with that window above the yard yet...
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More progress, the panels for the yard are now complete, with just a door and roof to follow later. I know, these all look kinda samey, but I promise, progress is being made.

You see the human door side panel, and the coop end cap, with two doors for easier access.

Looking that the end cap assembly, it seems to me I am not far off from real housebuilding. That looks an awful lot like a set of windows to me.
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22/04/2017
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Thanks, +luis fernandes
I have no dial and I must scream
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4/21/17
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And yet it inevitably goes:
You've been here how long?
And you don't speak Danish!?

https://satwcomic.com/language-barrier
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The yard for the new chicken coop continues to progress. I now have all the pieces cut, and all but one panel assembled. Next comes sanding and painting, courtesy of +Niamh Brown. Then we can lay in the metal fabric. In the meantime I will be digging a hole and filling it with gravel to act as a base for the coop. Then, assemble the yard in place and start adding the pieces that will make the house. Hopefully just a couple more weeks to finish it.

Went with a low price supplier for the wood this time, and am paying the price. Lots of pitch pockets and raw edges. Oh well.


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