The Current Air Quality is: Good. The Chandler Fire Danger Index is in negative digits: -1.8. And the Current UV-Index of Solar Energy is: 0! (Your Sunburn is expected in NONE Minutes!) Yay for rain, free sky-water coming down as our Rain Season (July 1st to June 31st) has recorded 1.56 in to-date. Obviously here in October, it has just begun.
UPDATE: 3.61 inches of rain yesterday, a full-turbo gully-washer at times, with a stream of water sluicing off my neighbor’s driveway and down across the embankment – however much of the Gorilla Hair stayed put. Season Rainfall to date now: 5.17 inches.
So thoughts turn to “what-next” kind of planning. Lists of things to do populate themselves: paint the shed. Inside and out. Paint the floor too, because wet wood can be very slippery and it could use a coat of protection. I have half a 5-gal. bucket of exterior paint and about a half a 1-gal. bucket of trim color, so I think that’s good to go but I need some interior color, and with the floor paint…sand?
Does anybody still do that thing where you add an abrasive for traction? Are there other methods? Indoor-outdoor carpet> Can’t that get yucky if you don’t pull it up and clean, and if un-stapled it can move around a lot presenting a tripping hazard or traction-fail. Also since it’s fresh and without spiders, it could use a touch of bug-spray once painted.
In other Inside-Games news, I have the parts for the Apex trigger and a micro-torch to gently heat and un-stick the Loc-Tite that holds the rear-sight in a vise-like grip.
Also the Garage can always use a clean-up and tools that have strayed need to return to their proper place, but this is California and rain is only temporary and soon we will be hit by heat again (the 80;’s by next weekend) so I can get out and grill that flank-steak in the fridge. Carne Asada, baby!