Well, we had to turn on the A/C for the first time since we left Las Vegas about three weeks ago. We’ve got another three days of these low 80’s before it drops back into the 70’s again. Can’t come soon enough for us.
Landon started his new daycare this past Monday since they’ve moved into their new house. Brandi said that when she dropped Landon off, she started crying, and then Landon started crying too. But realizing that she left his diaper bag at home, she left him and went back home for it. When she got back she found Landon leaning back in a chair, his arm draped over the chair next to him, and swinging his legs. And surrounded by a bunch of smiling little girls!
I’ve mentioned several times in the past about the coming revolution in 3-D printing, in everything from body parts, jewelry, models, and yes, guns. NASA is even sending one up to the Space Station next year to make replacement parts for equipment.
But you know it’s gone mainstream when you can buy 3-D Printers and supplies on Amazon. Order yours today!
Well, my missing replacement outside mirror finally showed up today, along with my recent Amazon orders. The mirror had been wandering around for a while before finally showing up at the Tahoe Village park in South Lake Tahoe, the day after we left. But I had left my address at the park here in Bend, and some money to pay to re-ship up here.
The Amazon packages had parts related to my water pressure problems. First up was a new Oxygenics 52330 Power Massage Handheld. Immediately installing it in my shower, I found it worked much better under my present low water pressure than the old Shower Massage.
It’s easy to see why my friend Nick Russell and many others recommend the Oxygenic’s.
But the most important thing I got was a water pressure gauge. I’d been meaning to order one for a while, so this seemed like a good reason.
So the first thing I did was take it outside and try it out. I measured both our site’s water pressure and the sites on either side of us. And they all measured the same, about 25#.
This seems low to me, but I don’t have anything to compare it with. Since I was told that every section here is on a different water connection, tomorrow I’m going to check out the pressure in other areas and see what I get there.
I also received my new Water Inlet connector that I’ll install in the next day or so. Right now I’m still using the straight-thru connection without the check valve.
I also spent some time working on my drinking fountain / undersink water filter install, but ran into a problem. The water filter just needs to be mounted to the wall and hooked up, maybe a five minute job.
But getting underneath the cabinet I found the old fountain used 1/4” tubing and the new one uses 3/8”. So I’ll have to see if I can find some sort of adapter to make transition.
Thought for the Day:
30 is the largest number such that all co-primes smaller than itself, except for 1, are prime.