Cool but damp morning, turning into rain later. Or something like that. We never did get the rain yesterday although we had a lot of gusty wind, and broken clouds.
Took almost 200 pounds of scrap steel fencing from the BOL to the scrap yard. Got 16USD for it. That’s 4 gallons of gas. Had to be removed and disposed of anyway, so why not recover some value from it?
Did a pickup and hit the Habitat for Humanity reStore on the north side of town. They had a couple of doors I can use, some cabinets that might work (although it’s a bit early to be looking at cabinets), and some other stuff the would end up at the BOL. I also grabbed a vintage turntable, a Garrard Lab 80, to part out. I should be able to use the proceeds to buy some other stuff for the house. It is case-less and lid-less so it makes more sense to part it than fix it. Plus, I don’t need any projects. Running, it would be a $500 turntable. The parts will easily make back the $10 cost and put me squarely in profit. You never know what you’ll find.
Didn’t get to costco or the grocery store, that has slipped to this morning.
This afternoon, I’ve got some more pickups, mostly stuff for the BOL, some stuff for here, and a couple of general preps.
WRT the water dripping from my ceiling, my wife is talking with yet another HVAC contractor about doing the update. And she called an electrician about getting the hot water heater permanently set up. So much stuff to do. All of it takes time, money, and attention.
If you’ve got a list of things to do, or fix, or upgrade, you should probably start that process. The wait times for parts or product are getting very long, even for commodity items.
And if you haven’t started stacking, you should. Anything you already use is a good starting point. Build from there.
and if I failed to mention it, or you missed it, Barbara is home and doing well, getting ready for the next step on the road to recovery.