A typical Masonic Lodge will meet in a small sparse building which I call a shack. It will be a two room affair – a Lodge room and a dining hall both sporting the barest of essentials. Practicality will over rule lavish luxury. Of course there are exceptions. Some stately and roomy Lodge … [Read more...] about I Have Decided I Don’t Want To Do Bare Bones Masonry Anymore
Weight and volume are very important. Two evenly measured weights on a opposite pans of a scale and you have a perfect balance, so long as your equipment is calibrated correctly. Add more weight to one pan and incrementally the scale will move towards which ever side the heavier burden is … [Read more...] about Measure for measure – Pennsylvania and the 21st Century.