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The Nutters are back to their unruly antics — trying to boss me around, wrecking havoc, complaining about my lack of archival regularity, questioning my eating habits, mocking my vast spiritual insights,  making idle demands and threats, and being general (although loveable) nuisances.

Skattur's Totem

When my circus settles down I will exact my revenge. 

Oh, by the way, we have a website under construction, but I’ll be posting about all that soon enough.  Eventually, the SoKaN part of this blog will be moving over there.  More on that coming soon!


Crafting is good for the soul.


Using recycled cans instead of extracting ore to make aluminum cans produces 95% less air pollution and 97% less water pollution.

Eco-Cycle’s Ten Reasons To Recycle

Lately the SoKaN crew has been recycling soda bottles and cans in unique ways.  Check it out:

plastic bottles bloom

butterflies emerge from aluminum cans

cans transform into Christmas ornaments

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