Now that the summer is winding down, but full fall semester hadn't
settleed in (that happens today) I had a bit of a chance to get ahead
on some house projects. I have to say I'm still loving the
solid-surface countertops we put in in 2007. Here is the sink,
freshly cleaned for the first time in a while:
The 2016 Summer Olympics started just before the fall semester, and
since we have another person in the house, we wanted to be slightly
better set up for watching sports and eating in the TV room. We
re-arrange the TV room so that most people had a place in front of
them to eat, so that we don't have to have massive amounts of TV
trays. Here are two seats along the right side of the room with their
Brats and hot dogs to roll in the end of summer and the Olympics
Opening ceremonies on th big screen.
We've been able to clean sort stuff that hasn't been really clean in a
while, including the freezer.
We watch the Olympics on the big screen, onto to which we point a
One of a our long-term problems has been the input filter on the project. Here's the cover; it's kind of an irregular shape:
The original foam filter disintegrated when I tried to change it. I put one in of a too-heavy cloth, and it's overheated several times in the last year. Before the Olympics started, I replaced that with a couple of layers of cheese cloth cut to fit, and that seems to have fixed it. It's now run for a couple of all-day stints without a problem.
A random picture of the cats.
Thrice is under the table, chilling. Pangur is on top, looking intently at the hummingbirds that are at the feeder we put out on the deck.