I used my notes from here to install PIA. then got a copy of thold from the Cacti plugins page.  There seem to be a lot of links to useless Cacti plugins this one appears to be updated regularly.
tar -zxvf thold-v0.4.9-3.tgz

cp -R thold /usr/share/cacti/site/plugins/
It might be easier to just copy the file to the plugins directory and uncompress it there.
Since this is a newer version of plugin just enter the web interface and enable the plugin there.


All done.
This requires the settings plugin but setup is exactly the same as this.

Finally movement on the shed

This weekend I got back to working on the shed after a two month hiatus. Things went pretty well and I have a skeleton up and three of the five roof rafters. If the rain holds off tomorrow I’ll get the last two rafters up and maybe even some tin if I am motivated.
Most of the wood for this project is from the shed that I tore down this spring and scraps laying around the house. I had to buy two two 2x8x8, one 4×6 treated lumber for the floor, and the cedar siding but I just trimmed the 2×4’s down and reused them and the tin from the old roof. I have a few holes up there that will need to be plugged to keep the rain out.

I completed the roof tonight, I need to trim a few pieces of tin and some of the wood. Some of the recycled wood is very shall we say curvy?

Vine Peach Melon Recipes

From Jul 4, 2012 Garden

4 eggs
150g sugar
6 vine peaches
225g flour
5g baking powder
150g cooled melted butter
1dl full fatmilk
 Make the cake. Mix the flour and the baking powder. Add the milk, eggs, the sugar and the melted butter. Mix well. Skin the vine peaches, remove the stones and dice. Throw into the mixture and mix in well. Grease and flour a loaf tin. Tip the mixture into the tin and bake it at 180°C for 60 minutes. 

To get conversions see Diana’s Desserts.

 6 ripe peaches peeled and sliced into small wedges 
1/2 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon of salt 
1 – 9 inch deep dish unbake pie crust shell 
3 tablespoons of all purpose flour 
3/4 cup of whip cream In a bowl combine sugar, 
salt, flour and stir in the cream until smooth. 
Place and layer your sliced peaches in the unbaked pie crust. Pour over the mixture. Bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes or until filling has set. Serve warm or cold and refrigerate leftovers.

This is also supposed to be good in salsa or relish and as a substitute for any fruit in a bread. Judging by the number of flowers i have I could have a few chances to try different things.