...striving for balance in all things. Including chocolate.
LOL That's great! I'm sure that was fun to watch.http://www.atticgirl.com/2012/01/wordless-wednesday-welcome-to-my-mess.html
Classic! I remember when my brothers made those light years ago.
We have a fair number of Pinewood Derby trophies, but in my son's last year of Cub Scouts he and his dad seemed to be getting burned out on building them so I'm not sure if there will be another. The axles are key - sand, sand and sand some more and then graphite the piss out of them. :)
Naturally! Who wouldn't think to try that?? :)
Great idea! I was trying to figure out how to test ours.
Ha ha - genius!!!!!
Ah, I can't wait until my little ones get to do this fun projects. I am also looking into the Amazing Grass thing and looking forward to your results. I wanted to give you a heads up that I am tagging you in my Friday post, hope you can participate.
The best way to use a dreadmill!
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