Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by.
Things have slowed down here a bit, but exciting things are still happening.
The freezer compartment never had a natural door, so it frosts up somewhat rapidly.
You’ve probably been through this, too. Defrosting it’s a challenge. Two days so far with it turned off and the door open. Slow going because the ambient temperature’s not getting much above freezing.
Someone in south Texas cut down a Texas Ebony tree and Gale managed to lay claim to part of it. He’s itching to begin working on it, but the bearings, both on his lathe and the sawmill went out suddenly and simultaneously.
He decided it’s time to upgrade his lathe anyway, so the old one’s got to be dissassembled and moved out and the new one assembled and installed.
We’re still waiting for the sawmill bearings to arrive from China or somewhere.
Meanwhile, the wobblyhead extensions still aren’t going to do the job on the Commie Toyota starter. I think the 4-Runner’s down for the count until I can pull that engine out of there and get to it. The nut-head rounded off more every time I applied torque. I dassn’t do anything to round it off more.
Otherwise it’s business as usual here. The cats and chickens send their regards.