Mornin'. 35°f, with about 4-5" of snow on the ground first thing this morning. That's amazing as it hasn't gotten below freezing even overnight. It's melting fast
, there's only and inch or 2 left. Who knows how deep the snow would have been if it hadn't been melting all this time. We're pretty much staying at home, going out for groceries sometime today, but that's about it. Cheryl's April 1 return to work isn't going to happen, so she'll be going into her 7th month off work. She stays in contact with her manager and the office personnel, so they know she intends to come back. Looks like the brick and mortar part of wall street will be closed for the first time today. Strange times we're living in.
I have some signs to do that may go up tomorrow. They're at one of the truck/trailer parking lots. I'll most likely be the only one there, as is usually the case. Just won't be making the usual stop at the truck stop for coffee and a donut on the way home.
We have a good friend that was put in hospice care over the weekend, long fight with cancer. That is a tough situation for friends and family, with all the social distancing.
Added some ABS wheel covers on the mower to set it off a little. Also put a 4 link under it with a modular aluminum rear and and a Danny Miller 9" - 4:10 hogs head w/ spool and 40 spline axles to beef it up a little.
Took a photo of the Camaro rear end. Sheet metal on the mower is a little high, so it doesn't line up with the wheels too well. Still looks better than the plain ol' black box I 'hink. I printed the image on reflective white, so it'll light up when car lights hit it. I told Cheryl the rear end serves as a safety devise. She laughed and rolled her
Take care, Aug. 1 is a long way off. Hope this is over before DLN' 15.
15th Annual DRAGLIST Nationals Sometime in 2020. Somewhere in the USA.