12:47 – Barbara is down in Winston today running errands. I’m working on kit stuff. We got another quarter inch of rain overnight. Colin is terrified when it rains heavily, presumably because he knows that lightning and thunder is likely. He’ll just have to get used to it, because we have lots of rain, wind, and thunderstorms here in Sparta. Dinner will be leftover chicken tetrazzini with homemade bread. Colin will like that.
This is the time of year when cases of bottles start arriving in droves. I ordered 6,000 30 mL bottles and caps Tuesday. They should arrive sometime today. Once we get those labeled and filled, it’ll be lather, rinse, and repeat until we’re ready for the autumn rush.
Here’s a link to a PDF of a chapter in the prepping book I just finished the first draft of this morning. I haven’t even read through the chapter, so it’s probably a mess. The chapter naming starts with a three-digit number–007, 030, or 365–to indicate whether it’s in the first section (prepping for a week), the second section (a month), or the third (a year). The second number, in the form Cxxx, indicates the provisional chapter number within the book as a whole. This is an early chapter, but I have nearly all of the book in progress at this point.
If you’re interested, please read through it and tell me what you think. All comments are welcome, and many of them will no doubt influence the final form of the book, although obviously I can’t promise to incorporate every suggestion. Please send your comments to me via email, with the chapter title–030-C004-Water-for-a-Month–as the subject line. I’m sure I’ll get a ton of comments on these chapters, so I won’t acknowledge any of the comment emails unless I need clarification.