@twbrandt some stainless steel—like our wedding gift set—is not ferrous, so steel doesn't always work. But we're gradually replacing that set anyhow.
I do wonder about wok/stir-fry use, I stir fry a lot. Maybe what I want is a range with a single gas burner and a few induction pads :). Too bad modular stovetops are a super-high-end thing.
Just in time for two straight days of rain, lol. Gonna need a buddy to raise the rear wall—anyone interested? I will reciprocate!
We went to the Glenlore Trails “Haunted Forest” spooky season theme thing last night, and it was really nice. Especially thinking of you folks with kids—it’s a spooky forest walk, a mile long (~1hr), 4 themed sections, lots of lights, projection, music, and fog. No jump scares, no blood and gore; lots of families. We did a 9:15 entrance, but I think anytime after sundown would be good.
Sounds like a problem for tomorrow morning me ;)
I gotta figure out how to get this one out of the way so I can build at least one more, hmm.
took the day off to go hike in a couple of woods (Brighton Rec Area & a nature preserve near Fenton) and visit our favorite orchard and cider mill (Al Mar Organics) up in Flushing. Had lunch at the Brighton Theater Cafe, which was surprisingly nice—they have a patio on the mill pond.
Nobody in Brighton masks, which tracks.
A really nice day! Highly recommended.
My brother now sends me all of McSweeney's satires of the academic world, and they're always great: https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/our-faculty-success-initiative-redefines-everything-you-thought-you-knew-about-faculty-and-success
I am so very sore today. Advil, the breakfast of champions.
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