Day to day stuff.
Just some notes to myself on how to take this thing apart when the internals need cleaning.
Pic1 shows the location of the 4 screws that will remove the cover from one side. My model required two Torx sockets - a T10 and a T15 (these cannot be used interchangeably like a Philips).
Pic2 shows a couple more Torx screws that will remove the imaging module. There are two small screws on the other side too
A fairly cool day in August seemed like a good day to swing by the Flea Market. Gramma was with us, and she tired even quicker than I do, so just a few pics.
Two years ago my neighbor warned me about a dead tree in the middle of my yard and offered to help take it down. One thing and another, that just never came to happen. It wasn't a huge tree and it really didn't look like it would hit anything important of it fell.
Last night, July 23, 2010, I was still awake at 4am and reading a paperback in bed with the window air conditioner on when that baby decided to fall right on our wires running up our driveway. There was little breeze and no
I finally got up the courage to cut my own hair. With electric clippers of course. Just snapped on the largest guard I had - a #4 - and went to town.
Hardest part was in back. I had to use a couple mirrors and remove the guard to do my neck.
Ah well. I've saved $20 and I can now almost afford lunch!
Enjoyed a beautiful summer evening tasting local wines at Whitehall Manor in nearby Bluemont Virginia.
My record is unblemished, as I still have not found a wine I didn't like. But I'd have a hard time finishing a whole bottle of some of the fruitier ones.
One thing that needs to be noted at these events: When they say they close at 8pm, it means they can't sell alcohol after 8pm! So don't