Or you didn’t see it and smacked your head.
To eat as soon as you get out of work and hands are dirty.
As soon as I got it out of the truck, with the help of my wife, started filling it up. One light is burnt out, but I’ll likely put a led strip in.
Is this typical for most aircraft? This is a Learjet C-21A, the other stratotanker I had seen in Topeka seems to have exposed screws as well, but Phillips head. I just find it interesting, I don’t actually mind the exposed fasteners. The only planes I’m up close to are like these, on display stores outside. More…
After finishing up some errands, was feeling motivated so I started changing the van oil as it was overdue. Started typicality: drain, plug, refill, remove intake tube from air box to throttle body, remove cap, pitch old filter , and just as I’m replacing the o-ring for the cap I heard a PING and parts fly, the…
More on that later, I’m headed into a 5p-2a night shift.
When I got to the hotel for lunch (pizza rolls, Mac & cheese add water and microwave cups, and an asiago cheese bagel) there was this note. I had left the mouse trap on top of the Oreo container, so she mush have taken one yesterday and one today by the looks of it
But it adds up. I’ve been stacking models in my living room and I really need a display case so they can be out of the box, but still in a case protected from children and dust. Hard to shop for those while gone too.
Usually the only time I get to go to places like this is when the company is doing a renovation. When I do, I’ll look up what the company makes and this time it was more interesting than usual. Hunter makes automotive tools and the newest is a alignment scanner.
I’m always a bit excited to see an old classic driven. It was gone when I came out.
“Full of the sound....” has shown some of his good deals, and after seeing this box, I thought, my dad had some CROSS pens, let’s take a look, and for 292 pennies why not.
If you are on medication, and can afford to take them. By all means, TAKE THEM.
My toes are cold in rubber boots.
Who knew there was different thread pitches for fire hydrants and associated hoses.
I ventured into this house only a few feet and noticed the mustang ad, and another couple feet was the December 1981 National Geographic magazine. There was some stuff in it, and below are the vintage ads! Oh, what a feeling!
So, I see this on my twitter feed from time to time but never paid attention to it so much as I’m on the East side of the state and don’t really travel west to Kansas except for today where I’m headed to Holton, KS 1/2 hour north of Topeka.
I made my own lunch today at home, white bread, buttered, layered one with Muenster cheese the other with pepper jack, with 4 slices of chicken lunch meat, grilled with lid on to warm through.
If you’re not doing anything, have a look. Unless you’re in Australia, just watch it on TV - if you want to pay for it...