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Ben, bummer on the heat. I don't do well in heat, either. When my furnace went out, I figured that was a good time to have the a/c finally replaced too, since it broke in 1997, much cheaper to do them together
Reagan, Five years? not ten years? Thumbs up on the two bridge shots.
Still alive and home from the hospital good for another 5 years
My wife seems a little upset that the first thing I do is get on FM
Bridge in the daylight
and a little rust
Got to give the D600 back tomorrow
That's a lot of babies on the ground. Bummer on having to replace the compressor, but at least it picked winter time to do it and not the summer when that would have been full of veggies.
leighton w wrote:
Well lambing is ALMOST done, we Have 3 ewes left to lamb and we have 23 lambs on the ground.
Not only are we in the midst of lambing, our walk-in cooler where we store all of our vegetables for sale every week gave up the ghost! The compressor seen in this first shot went bad. So instead of paying a huge repair bill to fix it, I decided to buy another CoolBot to replace it. It's a great little invention that allows you to run a standard window air-conditioner below what it's normally capable of. It will allow it to cool down to anywhere you set it, which for us, is normally 40F. We had one in our big reefer unit which I showed y'all last year and they work great. If the AC goes out, you just run to Home Depot and get another one. Not only that, it's a LOT easier on the electric bill.
Mark, love the perspective on the traffic signal shot. Don't have any snow left on the ground here, except those piles down by the school parking garage.
Ben, very sorry to hear about the terrible heat. Really unbelievably sorry. Just for you here is the fabulous weather we are enjoying here and thinking how glad we are that we go outside and get icicles in our beards rather than having the curse of warmth.