Cool and damp again, some chance of showers.
Sunday was cool and saturated. Light mist at various points in the day. Some light spatter of rain in the late afternoon. Overcast all day.
I got some stuff organized. I set up a shelf in my storage unit and took a bunch of stuff to my secondary. As long as I have space there, there is no reason to be stacking stuff long term in the storage unit.
My wife started the carpentry badge with her Girl Scouts. I supplied a bunch of small hammers and some other manual tools. None of the kids, and even the other mom, had ever used a handsaw. They had fun, and there are at least one and maybe two more sessions to get the badge requirements finished. That’s despite the badge requirements being both simple and baffling.
GS cookie season will be starting soon. Support your local girls. It helps the girls and their troops. If you don’t eat cookies, they have a program to donate the boxes you buy to first responders, and you can usually just give them cash.
I’m still slowly relocating my radios and cleaning my desk. I’ve got the 2 all band all mode radios moved to the file cabinet drawer, and the mobile quad bander fits too. Now that I know the concept is good, I’ll get the power and antenna lines moved so they enter the drawer. I had the radios on a little 6U rack shelf system, and that worked, but I decided I needed them off the desktop so I had room for some organizers for my other hobby stuff.
To say my workspace is cluttered is a MASSIVE understatement.
One of the drivers for the cleanup is the amount of dust that I can’t clean because of too much stuff everywhere. If I sit here all day, I start coughing. Not good. Spring is coming anyway so it’s a good time for it.
Today I have to head over to my client’s house. He’s having some networking issues with his control system. Stuff is dying by degrees due to the lightning strikes and pure age in some cases. Hopefully I can get him back up quickly.
Then it’s all the normal things that need doing.
Use this relatively quiet time to get your stuff in one bag…
Keep improving your position, and keep stacking.
(nope, no more to be said about the post title.)