Monthly Archives: March 2012

Humane De-squirrel-fication at the Mansfield House

There are only two kinds of homes: Those that have squirrels, and those that will get them. Okay. I’m sort of joking here. But a good many old (and new) homes are prone to invasion by critters. Sometimes, it’s the … Continue reading

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Test Post Ignore

Lorem Ipsum dropped by to say “Hello” today…

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Datalogging at the Mansfield House

Some time ago, I devised a simple protocol for recording indoor air temperature and relative humidity levels in the Hawkins House, using what I often refer to as commodity dataloggers — relatively simple and inexpensive devices that measure and record … Continue reading

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