Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Back at the Grindstone

Just a quick thought before I surrender to sleep...two days off rocks...My first 2-day "weekend" this season.

AT&T got me the hookup after two tries, two orders and two weeks...I'm good to go now. My WiFi Network is back online and well and truly locked down, so I can do some online reprovisioning...I need some photography gear, photo printer ink, I fancy a Wireless-N Router, and I need a new Rain Slicker.

Once I get back up to speed, I'll resume my Grooming 101 odyssey.

Out doing errands around noon today I was wearing too many had to be 70°F in front of the hardware store! The streets were juicy to be sure. It was positively Spring-like at my mountain too.

Reno forecast, Truckee was +15°F above these Tuesday
Reno's NWS says the next system will be warm...if and when it arrives...their confidence in their models is low today.

In other news, the 34th America's Cup Regatta goes before the San Francisco Board of Supervisors today. Drop 'em a note of support.

San Francisco Business Times has the details.

I hope everyone remembered Pearl Harbor Tuesday...Godspeed sailors and GI's, and thank you all from the bottom of my heart! May God bless you and keep you!

1 comment:

  1. Up here in the John Day River Basin a frosty, snow has turned to snrain to rain to a nifty fifty mph gusts! I actually observed yesterday morning's sunrise of a brilliant rosy hue!The first glimpse of color that I had seen in weeks!
    The Bald Eagles are active on the upper Middle Fork of the John Day and of course there's the usual migration of ungulates...just check out the ever present road kill.

    All is well on the East side of it all!