Spent the day letterboxing with Beth. We found 5 and couldn’t find a sixth due to the snow.
Well, I’m already failing at this diary thing. 🙂 Yesterday’s thought:It’s good to be home.
Interesting OT back in Lynn.
I read a blog post the other day which made a simple diary suggestion: write one sentence about each day. You will be surprised to see how it adds up. I'm not sure I can keep to one sentence, though. In keeping with the short & simple goal, here's a haiku. Slow day ambulanceComfy couch,Continue reading “Rate the Day”
I’ve searched high and low for this information, and I couldn’t find it online. After I figured it out myself, I thought I should share. A recent annoyance with our cars has been the lack of AUX-in jacks for my iPod/iPhone. I’ve experimented with RF modulators, and I hate them. None of the ones I’veContinue reading “How to hack an AUX input into a Delco tape deck for $10”
Cute kid little sickSweet cat / my faith is restoredBalance now Meow! —(sent from my iPhone)
Baby born upstairsMy patient dies in ERCircle of life sucks Not the greatest of days.—(sent from my iPhone)
Inspired by a photo in Garden Rail magazine, and by this car at Clark’s Trading Post: I’ve whipped together a pair of light passenger cars for the railway. The basis is the Hartland Locomotive Works ore tipper. I kept the frames but discarded the tipper and replaced it with bench seats. A set of smallContinue reading “Cheap & cheerful passenger cars (edited 1/18/9)”
Last week we headed out to Nashville, IN for Iain and Amber’s wedding. It was a great trip, a nice wedding, and an excuse for Ericka and I to do some of the unusual traveling we enjoy. We took the Amtrak Regional Service BOS to DC, which provided the opportunity for this photo: From NotesContinue reading “Wedding”
Like I need more to occupy my time. . . Yesterday Anita, Cricket and I hiked Mt. Willard. It was a nice day, but a bit hazy. At the top, we stumbled onto a Letterbox. This is basically like a geocache, but without the high-tech. It seems the hobby has been around the UK sinceContinue reading “New Hobbies”