Thursday, December 3, 2020

Life goes on......

 6:51 am - Thursday - December 3rd - Seal Rock, OR - 41° F, 76% humidity, wind - CALM.  It's still dark so I cannot report on the sky, but it is supposed to be overcast today.  On this date in 2012 I had begun my experiment with awning's gotten a little out of hand over the years, but this was the beginning.....December 3rd, 2012.....Campbellville, KY working at Amazon........↴

One of the things I love about our Fall/Winter job is the variety of things we do.  Almost every day is different.  Wednesday was a great example.  A problem, or issue one must deal with living in a cool, wet climate is moss growing on roof shingles.  How do you get rid of it?  Well, I thought you might pressure wash it off, but apparently that is too harsh on the shingles.  Another method is to spray the roof with 'Moss Out'.....

....and that is exactly what Blake and I did for our two hour shift.  There are many shingled roofs which must be treated in the park, and we managed to take care of 3 of them in two hours.

I was home by 12 pm, and changing my clothes so I could drive into Waldport for my second haircut since we arrived September 15.  I really like Waldport Family Cuts.  It is a one man shop, and Kevin does a great job.  While I got my ears lowered, TLE headed over to Ray's to pick up a few groceries.  She returned just as I exited the barber shop.....what timing!

I spent the rest of the afternoon perfecting my adapted receiver hitch riser, and splitting some firewood for future use.  While I was thus occupied TLE headed into Seal Rock to to a hair salon she had found to get her hair trimmed.

The sun went down a little earlier than usual as there was a large cloud bank on the horizon, and this is what I was able to capture for posterity's sake......

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1 comment:

  1. I bought steaks at Ray's some years back as we were heading down the coast.


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