Now, that is stacked.
Sorry for taking so long to get David and Rebecca’s wedding photos processed.
Happy 1.3yr anniversary kids.
I don’t remember the story behind this person’s hospital visit prior to the wedding, but I like the idea that we break out of our own misery (or hospital stays) by sharing in the joy of our friends.
You would think that the clock on a stove would be a ho hum experience. But this is the first time I’ve seen it in over a month.
Kitechenaid’s (now owned by Whirlpool) design did not include a seal for the membrane keypad. So after a few cleanings and some wet hand use, it finally shorted out. Wow, what a crap design.
Needless to say the new one has a seal courtesy of some silicon from the local home center.
This is possibly my favorite part of a project – where it actually starts to look like something, instead of just sticks and planks.
Oh yea, and be careful what the 5yr old “washes”. Metal rusts if you don’t dry it off quickly. I had to take some 400 grit sandpaper to a couple of chisels that I hadn’t noticed got “washed”. I was surprised how quickly they cleaned up. But I guess that was the point.
Grand Tetons pics have been posted.
First Batch of Glacier National Park Photos have been posted. More to come soon.