The new Sootypaws web address is http://www.sootypaws.net!
site is expanding to include more items. Whats
New provides links to new items in Sootypaws. Let us know what
you dont know Molly & George you might
want to find out more about them.
site has four main sections: Off the Grid, Woods, Journals and Blacksmithing.
Living Off the Grid is a description
of what we do in order to live without electricity and running water.
The Seasons Weve
collected some of our photographs to show the changing seasons on
Cats is a quick look at some of
our cat buddies over the years.
of the Shack, Shop and House we built.
The Mystery Jar We
take a look at the Mystery Jar, is the label or the contents more
The Christmas Truck
Molly wrote this story in 2000.
2002 Molly traveled to New England by car, stopping along
the way to look at old buildings and wrought hardware.
Socks Frog Pond has
some photos taken in February 2001.
The Great Morel Hunt
tells about Mollys and Georges hunt for the Great Morel
Forest, a semi-mythical place briefly seen in Spring 2000. We attempt
to find it again.
The Gas Well
documents a natural gas well that is being drilled on our property
by a company that owns the mineral rights.
News This is our blog
with the most current entries. The archive of all our blog entries
is at sootypaws.livejournal.com.
These are pages from Mollys Journals kept during the 10+ years
of our project. What it feels like to live off the grid.
We visit some of the people who have meant so much to us over the
Making a Latch
is a description, with photos, of the steps we go through to make
a Suffolk latch.
a Hinge is a description, like Making a Latch, that shows the
steps we go through to make a Butterfly Hinge.
Making a Grip shows the
process for making a Cabinet Grip.
No War is a selection of
short pieces written by us along with a page of links.
War Stories is a short look
at the narrative of war.
Palestine is a brief examination
of some of the human rights issues in the Israel/Palestine conflict.
The home page for the Project starts
you out with information about William Caxton and some links to
early printing and pages with texts from some of his books.
St. Winifred offers Georges
transcription of Caxton's edition printed about 1483 along with
some pictures of illustrations of an artists book.
Women in the Middle Ages offers
some links and some extracts which provide a view of womens
the Homestead has photos taken around our house and buildings.
Some cat pictures, too, of course.
Molly visits friends in Florida in March 2001.
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