Author: beardy

  • Leatherman Surge saves the day

    Leatherman Surge saves the day

    The round wooden clothes hanger in the wardrobe needed to be removed to fit four more drawers. My Leatherman Surge with its saw blade attached did an excellent job of cutting it.

  • Seed starting in a new plant plug box

    Seed starting in a new plant plug box

    I recently bought a new plug box from Nelson Garden at Granngården, that we planted with a few different things. The plug box has 49 plugs, a lid and can be watered from the bottom. I used seed starting soil (såjord) bought at Lidl when planting, not all of the seeds have sprouted yet, but […]

  • Autumn, balcony garden moved inside

    This summer we had many things growing on our balcony, both vegetables, flowers and other plants. Now the autumn has come, and since a while back the plants has moved inside, into the kitchen, and the living room. One was also placed in the bedroom, where it lived last autumn and winter. We are planning […]

  • Stockholm Archipelago Cruise 2020-08-09

    Stockholm Archipelago Cruise 2020-08-09

    Last weekend we went on a cruise in the Stockholm archipelago with S/S Stockholm, a ship built in 1931, operated by Strömma.

  • Philippines, leaving home

    Leaving Tierp station. I am sittng on the train on my way to Uppsala and then Arlanda. I hope I can manage to take the connecting train to the airport at 16:24.

  • Gallery test

    Some flowers on the streets of Uppsala.

  • Image test

    Testing the “Image” post format.

  • Status update test

    I am testing the “Status” post format. Let’s see what it looks like.

  • Testing an Android WordPress app

    I am testing an Android app, WordPress – Website & Blog Builder by Automattic, Inc to write and edit posts, and to upload and share photos from my mobile device. Let’s see how well it works. Sharing a photo that I uploaded using the app, and now including it in this post. I am using the Standard […]

  • Raspberry Pi, Raspbian and an old TV with DVI

    Raspberry Pi, Raspbian and an old TV with DVI

    I finally bought some Raspberry Pi stuff. I picked up the package yesterday after my night shift at and mounted one of them in the case I got for it and connected it to my ancient tv, with DVI as the most modern input choice. The first thing I tried was raspbmc. It boots, and […]