76 bar rises 29.76 6mph NW dew-point 51 Summer, pleasant and warm
New Moon (Thunder Moon)
A new head has been found for the red car. Hopefully it will get placed on its automotive neck tomorrow and we will go back to two vehicles. This is important with the rise of gas prices since our Tundra has a V-8 (may be an antique walking) whereas the Celica averaged 30-31 mph on the Alabama trip. Co-ordination is not such a big deal for us, though that can matter.
The computer has shut down on its own, without warning, twice already today. I bought the tools to crack the case, get inside and clean out the cooling fan, but I’ve hesitated due to a hyperactive June. Now available time and increased urgency have moved closer to taking the step. In the back of my mind, the fantasy part, I see myself building a computer from parts. The tools I bought would serve that purpose as well.
Ate lunch with Stefan at the Modern Cafe. I had a lamburger and Stefan had a smorbord, pickled herring and beets. Both were tasty. We discussed his poetry and he feels I’m helping, so I’ll keep at it.
He wants to start a support group for children of successful parents. My hunch is it would be big hit.
On the way home from the Modern (it’s in NE Minneapolis) I drove north of Anoka (really, west) to Anoka Feed and Seed where I picked up four bales of bedding straw. I’ll use it to mulch the garden over the next few days.
Now, a nap.