One of the problems I’ve had around here but even moreso now is time. I’m an early rising sort and as such I work more in mornings… now. I hit a carb down is a couple of hours then resort to a 16oz. Coke…. the size is important… and a bag of plain, salted peanuts….. You southerners know what happens from there. So my more productive time is now and trying to figure out how best to use that time… I still have to say “smelling the roses” around here in the mornings is just a needed thing for me so, here are a few things mixed in to the stuff I found this morning on my walk:
Today it looks like Cal’s coach will start seeing the daylight noon maybe. Our new organization attempt has worked the first try…. all the guys tools including mine are circled up around an unload table where tools are exchanged back…. a real problem in any shop….” where’s my damn crempers….” and all that End result… no tools left in coaches or lost when you need them… well that’s the theory…
Sorry for the mistakes and such… I’m struggling with the computer this morning……. Bad news there Cal,
Your living area battery stunk up the shop… rotten eggs…….
Another one bites the dust. I put in a “yard battery” to run the systems til you get here and buy a battery. As they say today….. it’s what they do….Hey, did you see that really nice “service loop” Cal has on both positive and negative terminal cables. Easy to check, easy to change and easy to service. A handle on the top of the battery really helps…. wait, did I just recommend a spec on a good battery to have a handle? Holy Geeeezzzzz, has it gotten to that! Well it’s true, you can’t carry one of those terminal grabber handle things…. I do have one but still… handles help.
Moving on, yesterday you have to give the guys a little gawking time…. Through his fabrication skills, he has the drop slide platform for the diesel generator …… in .
and out… …………………………. AND with the Kubota marine generator on it’s slide AND IN THE HOLE This morning the generator is out so the compartment can be sound lined . Good job there Phillip…. See that, my day is gone…. see you tomorrow