When I'm not hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, snowshoeing, skiing, DJing, "working," or any of the other things I do with myself, I'm at home working on cool projects. My wife and I are proud owners of a small hobby farm in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. The term 'hobby farm' is a fun way to describe doing way more work than necessary to create something we could probably buy from the store for a lot cheaper. As my ol' pappy JFK once said, sometimes we take up hobbies not because they are easy,
but because we have disposable income and time to kill.
While I may not have a lot of disposable income (come on, I work for a nonprofit in the middle of nowhere), I do make time for various projects both big and small. You can learn about some of them below. I'm always happy to share info on how I did something, so if you'd like to learn more then drop me a line. Some of these I haven't gotten to writing about yet, probably because I'm too busy doing them!