You recognize that mountain if you read me at all, but the new place is across town so now we have a slightly different view of it.
I can’t think of anyone who is less qualified to talk about “outstanding presidents” then the yayhoo occupying the oval office right now. Maybe Billy from Ms. Smith’s 5th grade class, you know, the kid who sits in the back and picks his nose, but I bet even he at least has the idea that the job of “President” has some sense of importance to it.
It came a little bit rough around the edges, but that’s what the reviews all said and I was expecting it. Just sanded and oiled the handle and it already feels like it’s worth another 20 bucks. When I get around to sharpening up the blade, it’ll be up to a Bruks*!
I’ve never done any wood finishing, it was kinda fun to see it go from “serviceable” to “smooth as a baby’s bottom.”
*ok, probably not, but still a dandy Swedish axe for half the price
…I’m glad I brought a pair of dry socks along with me today.
For the kids and school district employees, at least. I may be a bit slow to get out to my dam this morning, though.
You know, I never once had a snow day in all my time in public school growing up. The year after I graduated they had one. And I think there’s been three more between then and now. Damn you Algor!
This blog is, anyway. Here’s a repost of my very first weird music video, from December 4, 2009
Still pretty great music, still mind-boggling that I’m still talking however infrequently into the aether.