All posts in 2010

Upstairs Railing

I’ve been working on a railing for the upstairs part of my house that opens up into the main a-frame. Here’s the general process on how I made it. First off, I did several designs... [read more]
Project Hutchinson

Photography: Pincushions and Unis

Photography, Unicycling

Photography: Coker in the Grass

Photography, Unicycling

Rob’s Ride.

We did one of our favorite ride’s today, “Rob’s Ride”, with the famous Rob, Ken, Louise and myself. I dragged my camera around and took a few pictures. Route: http://www.mapmyfitness.com/view_workout?w=810127162306730208 iMapMyRide: Apr 18, 2010 1:37... [read more]
Unicycling

Plug Bug: Step 1, Research

I’m now learning as much as I can about electric cars and how to convert my bug. I’m going to document my process so others can benefit from the research that I do. So far,... [read more]
Electric Bug

Electric Bug

The Electric Bug Project (The Plug Bug) My next project has started! I’m planning on converting a 1969 VW bug to run on electricity. I have been wanting to do this for quite some time... [read more]
Electric Bug

Fireplace Mantel

Our house in Aptos needed a new fireplace mantel. The prior owner had taken out the mantel and insert, so I needed something that looked nice. There was a huge area that needed to be... [read more]
Woodworking

Fruit Trees

The yard at Project Hutchinson now has a small orchard. The lumber store over in Santa Cruz was having a sale on fruit trees, so I went and grabbed a few. In front of the... [read more]
Project Hutchinson
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Talking Treehouses on Irish Radio

Tom Dunne of newstalk 106-108 FN in Ireland called me at 4:30 in the morning one friday to talk about treehouses. You can listen to the recording: Go to http://media.newstalk.ie/listenback/, then Tom Dunne, Archive, March... [read more]
Treehouses
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Steel Bending Jigs

I’ve been working on creating a railing for the upstairs portion of my house. I wanted to create it out of steel and have some cool curves in it. I needed a bending jig, and... [read more]
Machining
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Website statistics

It’s always geeky and interesting to see web stats for a site. Mine gets ~80 to ~100 visits on a normal day. The asylum.com article spiked that up to 30,000 visits in one day. From... [read more]
General
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Photography: Rolling In

Rolling In
Photography
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Recumbent Unicycle

Not a pretty beast, and not easy to ride. It took me thee weeks of practice before I could ride it, and only after that could I “sort of” ride it. No free mounting or... [read more]
Machining, Unicycling
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Powder Coating a KH24 Mountain Unicycle

Louise got me a powder coating gun for Christmas, and my friend Eric gave me his old stove so I could do some homebrew powder coating. I finally got it all together and did my... [read more]
Unicycling
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New Zealand, UNICON, and me

New Zealand is an awesome place. The scenery is just amazing, and the country is very open to adventure sports. I was luck enough to travel with three of my really good friends: Nathan Hoover,... [read more]
Unicycling
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Photography: Flatland Unicycling

Flatland Unicycling Beau Hoover in Queenstown, New Zealand. December 2009.
Photography, Unicycling
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Photography: Wellington Seagull

Wellington Seagull
Photography
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Unicon Marathon Race Details

For the past two weeks I was participating in Unicon 15, the bi-annual unicycle convention held in Wellington, New Zealand. Unicon is also known as the Unicycle World Championships. This is the first time that... [read more]
Unicycling
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Unicycle Marathon World Champion

I’m the 2010 Unicycle World Champion for the Marathon Race! Jeff Wilton took some great pictures, and here is one of me crossing the finish line and getting interviewed at the end:
Unicycling
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Photography: Pancake Rocks

Pancake Rocks
Photography
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Photography: Wagon Wheel

Wagon Wheel
Photography
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Photography: Uni at the End

Uni at the End
Photography

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