Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Watching the ocean kiss the setting sun.......

 7:28 am - Wednesday - July 21st - Seal Rock, OR - 46° F, 100% humidity, wind - zero mph out of the north.....clear, blue skies today with a forecast high of 60° F.  On this date in 2020 we were at the Elks Lodge in Kalispell, MT which is located adjacent to a municipal airport......↴



Tuesday I was back to mowing and trimming whilst Fred toiled in the picnic table refurbishing aisle.  I mowed site #38 which is Greg's site, and is quite long, sites 42, 43 and 44 as well as 3 before calling it a day and heading for home around 12:30 pm.

A few days ago I ordered complete open end/closed end ratchet sets in metric and SAE.  I have a few of these wrenches in the SAE format, but it always seems the one I need is not there, so I finally bit the bullet and ordered complete sets off Amazon.....they were delivered via UPS about an hour after I got home......


.....the SAE set goes from 1/4" to 1" and everything in between......15 wrenches in all......


.....while the metric set includes 6 mm all the way up to 24 mm......eighteen wrenches in all!  I mounted the SAE wrenches on the wall next to the light switch, and the metric ones come in a roll bag format....easy carry around, and open up to find the wrench you need.  I have crescent wrenches, but it is easy to ruin a nut, or bolt end with them, and I have come to prefer the exact fit....now I have that option.

The sun was out during my shift, but shortly after I arrived home the marine layer began to roll in again, and we thought there would be no sunset.....were we ever wrong.  The sun set at 8:54 pm Tuesday and we got good one.....







.....the marine layer had fled to some other locale, and there was a small bank of clouds just above the horizon which perfectly framed the moment as we watched the ocean kiss the setting sun one more time.

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