Now looking at the potential of humans (including myself) with regard to understanding complex natural phenomena.
By: ycd0108, 3:40 PM GMT on June 26, 2015
Neither the Dr.'s patch nor Tloml's bandage will stick on my hairy wrist.
Dug around in the catch-all box in the entryway and found an old left-hand motorcycle gauntlet.
It's pretty good for protecting the bandage but somewhat cumbersome for the keyboard.
I only use the left index finger to poke the shift for Caps while the right index produces the non-caps.
Most of the province is under a warning:
By: ycd0108, 2:03 AM GMT on June 07, 2015
Numbers of "stuff and whatnot" happnin' these days:
started this morning and the fastest boats have reached the day's finish line in the last hour.
The whole Salish Sea was under a "Strong Wind Warning" and the hotshots (boats capable of 30+ Kn) were drooling about the area at pathetic boat speeds of 1.6 kn or less and sometimes heading well away from the finish line.
By: ycd0108, 7:31 PM GMT on April 11, 2015
sandiquiz has some wunderful photos of Torquay so I went down to the dungeon and dug out this memento.
Dad was probably "Demobbed" there waiting for a ride home - the date was "Mon-15/10/45"
Updated: 6:08 PM GMT on April 27, 2015
By: ycd0108, 1:43 AM GMT on March 17, 2015
This windfall did no roof damage we can see. It rode down on other standing trees.
The curve in the trunk seems to have saved the house
Updated: 2:49 AM GMT on March 18, 2015
By: ycd0108, 1:08 AM GMT on March 10, 2015
Just an ear worm from 'If I listened long enough to you"
Spent this day hunting down and separating bits and pieces of old tools I have saved in corners of my shops.
It make me wonder:
Why would anyone anywhere design and build a piece of junk?
Much of the stuff I dismantled involved rechargeable battery systems built to fail with no end user repair possible.
I don't imagine that my effort will make any difference.
What I'm doing is sor...