I can’t believe my eyes when I went to my blog and saw we haven’t posted a single post in almost 2 years! I guess the wife and I have been a little busy. I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things by at least posting once a week. Let’s see if I can remember how to do this:
A lot has happened since I last blogged. Just to name a few, we searched and found a new house, I got a new job, Stacy got a new job, and I had two surgeries. The house is pretty cool, I might dedicate an entire post to it in the near future as we’re working on plans for construction. New jobs are pretty cool, but don’t want to get into too much detail. The surgeries were not fun but totally necessary; I didn’t get a boob job or anything.
Stay tuned to this channel for more information and remember to stay nerdy!
Before you know it it’s going to be snowing outside. The trees are already changing colors and loosing their leaves around here. In preparation we had already got some heat tape to keep our water supply to the RV from freezing. The plan was set for insulating the area underneath the RV with bails of hay. Then I get an email from the tenants leasing my condo, “can we get out of our lease early?”
In order to spare you the excruciating details; we’ll be moving back into the condo for at least the winter. Other ideas have sprung to mind as well. Since the housing market around here is still pretty crappy we’ll just have to live there until we can find another tenant come spring. In fact it may turn out for the best if we can sell our existing RV and save money for a much better one next year. Wish us luck!
The hippies are running wild with new green ideas. The latest is a man in Cambridge Mas. that invented a digester that allow dog waste to power a gas lantern. Simply collect the waste with biodegradable bags and place them in the tank. Turn the wheel a bit to stir the contents and the lamp will light the way. Poop goes in and the only by products are CO2 and water.
I wonder what other magical powers dog poop has? Could we use it to power the new Mars rover? Only time will tell.