Wednesday, December 23, 2009

vortex

Got a good jump on the day...but had to break at 10:30 to meet the mailman to get some packages. Let myself get sucked into the GrubShack vortex and ended up having a 2 hour lunch'n'chat. Right back into it when I got home but not enough good weather to let me finish up the supports for container 4. Dark clouds, cold air and a touch of rain shut me down early. Packed up the tools and hunkered down inside the house while the temperature dropped like a rock outside. 40,76,37,sprinkle.

10 comments:

J.P. said...

John, Happy Holidays to you and yours. Thanks you for sharing your journey. Good luck in the new year.

JP Carter & Yellow Dog

S.A.B.L.E. said...

John,
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Caboose said...

Merry Christmas! Hope you get plenty of rain, you probably need the water. Hope all your wishes come true.

neil said...

TFL-TimeLapse-20091223

Sunnybrook Farm said...

Have a good eve out there, we will be thinking about you as we prepare to hunker down with our upcoming ice storm.

anonymous said...

Your lights look cheery just now on the webcam. Merry Christmas Eve.

anonymous said...

meant to say stickcam...

Dwayne said...

Merry Christmas from San Francisco! I discovered your site via MetaFilter.com and have been enjoying following the progress of your projects. Keep up the good work!

The Fat Mermaid said...

Merry Christmas!

Allen Hare said...

Merry Christmas to you, John.

Ok Hwa and I just watched Neil's awesome time lapse video of your day - amazing!

As usual, thanks for sharing, and continued good luck with the project.