Here’s a bunch of hammers in Haines’s famous Hammer Museum. It turned out to be a really cool place, strangely. They have more hammers in there than you can shake an . . . um . . . hammer at. Highly recommended to future Haines visitors.

No, not this Hammer museum. Although that looks like a good one too.

Rainy weekend, which is unusual around here this time of year. We enjoyed it. Managed to wash all four cars, three of which are still clean. The Suburban’s WAY cleaner than it was before, too. Didn’t get much accomplished otherwise. LRN4 and I took LRN2 and his friend Josh up to Lodi for a fireside on Saturday night, and we went to the nearby Velvet Grill and Creamery. It turned out to be a nice little family restaurant and ice cream emporium. And their tomato soup was delicious. I had fish and chips (good fish, overcooked chips) and LRN4 had a great baja burger and the aforementioned soup. We’d go there again.

Also managed to prepare my priesthood lesson on time and under budget. I think it went fairly well.

Normal day. The trains ran on time, fortunately. They were pretty crowded because of the rain, thus proving my Friday prediction of empty cars to be slightly inaccurate. I claim the rain exemption.

Had a nice evening home with the family. Also a nice family home evening.

We have more monkey-related job opportunities for my Loyal Readers – underwear stealing monkeys. Just stay away from the cactus and you should be fine.

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Hammers”

  1. Shannon Says:

    What do you suppose the monkeys do with them? Wear them?

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