And now that that's over with.
Got the last of the cabinetry done, with the new dovetailed drawers and fronts done in the laundry room. I'm working on cleaning up the ham shack, and the next project is probably going to be stacking the test equipment to see what risers and shelves I need to build to get that hodgepodge of doorstops on the bench, ready to work, and get my transceiver projects off the floor and under way.
Got the antenna mast replaced, the droopy trap dipole is now up to about 41 feet HAAT. Evening action before bedtime at 9:30 to 10:00 is a little weak, I'm going to have to shoot some SWRs or find some benchmark settings for the tuner and see if there's anything other than dimwitted birds to snag with it. At least it's not a worm-warmer any more.
Just so many things to get done around here, and no lottery cash to hire a crew, point, and say "fix all that."
We have a tentative contract at work with CenturyLink, voting in give or take a month. Not a lot of cheers in the union hall last Wednesday, but I don't think I get much of a haircut from it. Folks with families on the health plan, though, are growling like somebody just smoked them out of their dens. That's getting typical in the workplace now. There was some two-tiering, which is just getting the old hands and the new hires to fighting in the parking lot. Ought to be outlawed. Let the rich take off on their yachts and leave the rest of us alone. And that goes double with sprinkles for politics.
But I digress.
No, I don't.