Hows things? keeping sane at home? lets hope this passes soon enough to get out to some shows/cruises this summer
haha, thats how it goes with working from home... somehow becomes more busy than working at work!One would think.. except I've been slammed getting computers setup for all the kids, taxes done, spring landscape cleanup, a proposal at work, hah. One laptop dies and I've got 6 hours into trying to fix it, shopping for another, etc.
wow you've got some cool toys to keep you company at home eh?I am liking this WFH stuff. No more 1 hour commutes each way to the office.
I have been working on my boat(Polish and Ceramic Sealant) and my '84 Monte Carlo SS(Plugs, Wires, Cap Rotor and valve cover gaskets).
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In the queue is the suspension for my Impala. New Global West rear upper and lower. New Global West front uppers with 6 degrees of Caster built into the a-arm. New front anti-sway bar. New Amplifier Polk PAD5000.5
And continue to fine tune my ERE-383.
Hopefully thats for the best! It's definitely a weird time for schools especially, i can't do any research because the labs are closed, and I now have to record my lab lectures and send them over email...not very conductive to anyone's learning to be watching a video on material testing!Originally, my school's spring break was extended to 3 weeks, but now the rest of the year has been put into 'distance learning' mode. We have not been told if we still have to report to the building for the remaining school days, or just post assignments from home. Weird times that we are living in...
Meanwhile, I have been putting up 100 feet of wood slat privacy fence. I am not a carpenter, so it is taking much more time than it should
My wife's dog wants to play with the neighbor's dog and keeps getting stuck under the chain-link fence. So far, in two battles of dog vs. fence, the fence has won both times and putting up the privacy fence is cheaper than the vet bills for getting him sewed back up...again.Best of luck with the privacy fence, that was one of the best things we ever did to our yard, lol!
poor fella, we all know that look too well! if only he knew its for the best, haha!My wife's dog wants to play with the neighbor's dog and keeps getting stuck under the chain-link fence. So far, in two battles of dog vs. fence, the fence has won both times and putting up the privacy fence is cheaper than the vet bills for getting him sewed back up...again.
He won't stop licking his stitched up foot, so he is stuck wearing the 'cone of shame.' View attachment 193110
man that thing is clean. i have a hard time believing it needs much work at all!I finished detailing the '84 MCSS
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Took off the wheels and polish/waxed them. Painted the suspension parts and what ever needed paint. The vehicle is a 1984 and does need a little work. Eventually this will be a body off restoration.
I need to clean my GTO. The pollen is making everything green.
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He doesn't appear to like fashion accessories much.He won't stop licking his stitched up foot, so he is stuck wearing the 'cone of shame.'