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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Temple Of A Million Bottles

Temple Of A Million Bottles
A monk stands outside the Temple Of A Million Bottles which was built from used bottles donated by the local community
Please go see this site (Outstanding)
Built using more than a million beer bottles, this incredible temple in the north-east of Thailand is a novel way to recycle any empties.
Quote by~R.H.Newell
"Surely as cometh the winter .i know
There are spring violets under the snow."

Hershey's Kisses are called that because the machine that makes them looks
like it's kissing the conveyor belt.
Every year, spain produces enough olives to feed every man, woman, and child 70.
The very first ice cream cone appeared in St. Louis at the 1904 World's Fair.
An average of 13 boxes of jello are purchased every second in the united states.
Almonds are members of the peach family.

Use old plastic bags when you kneel in your garden for knee pads.
Just tie around your knees,easy clean up.
Use them for hand protectors.There just some things you don't want to touch.
To keep brushes and rollers from drying out, place them in bags and tie them or wrap them with rubber bands to keep out air. The tools will stay moist and protected for a day or so.
Tuck a plastic bag into your pocket or purse. Then, if you're caught in a downpour, you can use it as an on-the-spot rain hat.

Here's how to make your own peanut butter
What you need:
15 ounces of shelled and skinned roasted peanuts
1 teaspoon of sea salt
1 1/2 teaspoons of honey
1 1/2 tablespoons of peanut oil

What you do:Put the peanuts, salt, and honey into the bowl of a food processor.Process for a minute or until the mixture begins to smoothen.Drizzle the oil in while it continues to process.Process this mixture until creamy (2-3 minutes) or whatever texture you like.Store in an airtight container; it'll be good for up to two months!

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Enjoy your day! Lord Bless you!


Loralynn said...

I googled the bottle temple. Did you see the picture of the washroom? I'm thinking that the Monks have bad aim! Very cool project!

Amber said...

WOW!!!! I think I am speechless....

Anonymous said...

WOW...over a million BEER bottles!! Bet the monks and the community had a grand ole time! Hahaha Prolly can't remember though :-) Great job on the blog hon *hugz n kisses*