It would thus be impossible that I do anything close to ambitious. I recall a psychometric analysis I did some time back as part of performance evaluation that showed I am laid back and lack ambition. Some people think differently but I will stick by the analysis, for now.
Unlike my friend shelldigger who has been building boats and motors, I believe in delegated responsibility and I stick only to what I know. You recall I said I built my own pc while in campus. It wasn’t ambitious and I guess anyone who can read a motherboard wouldn’t have a problem doing it.
Is cooking considered a DIY? But before we get here, if there is one thing I would want to learn to do would be to buy a rim and spokes separately and arrange them to have make a bike wheelset and maybe build a bike. But I am certain, this and servicing my car will remain dreams. Big dreams.
So back to cooking. It is much easy to buy bread. Walk to the nearest shop and select a loaf of bread or loaves depending on how addicted one is to bread. To bake bread is something else. I had to start by using a search engine to find the recipe that looked simple enough for me and one where I had all the ingredients. I got everything together, prepared the dough whilst making a mess of the kitchen, set the oven to the required temperature set a timer and got everything going. Somewhere in this blog, the photos of that activity can be found. I am too lazy now to be bothered to find it.
So there you have it. The most ambitious DIY project from the least ambitious person known to man.