Power pole

Here’s the reason we had no power for a day during our Mt. Madonna campout. Apparently, the pole just rotted out and chose that rainy, cold day to pack it in. It was interesting watching them work on the replacement – took a lot of people and a lot of time. Part of my famous Machinery series.

LRN1 thinks yesterday’s horse statue should also be counted as part of my famous Machinery series. I see his point and am updating the post accordingly. Thanks for your discriminating taste, LRN1!

Normal day. My ecclesiastical leader and I issued several more callings to Young Women for camp. Also worked, commuted, and ate. Our meetings were in Tracy this evening, so I drove to work in order to get there on time without having to leave the car at the Tracy station in the morning. I got there a little early, so I made a quick trip to Rubio’s and had a couple of fish tacos while I waited. Pretty good stuff – takes me back to San Diego days.

There’s important toilet news today – they’re holding competitions. Now there’s a title to aspire to.

Also, here’s an invention the world probably isn’t quite ready for yet. Still, it could be interesting. Also disgusting. Must keep it out of the wrong hands. I’m thinking of you, LRN3.

Tomorrow’s off Friday. Lots to do over the weekend. Wash LRN4’s car (weather permitting), fix LRN4’s brakes, get the Honda’s oil changed, make numerous YW camp callings, visit with LRN5, LRN6, and LRN12, maybe help a little on the lawn (weather permitting), get the MARV (Morrow Autonomous Robotic Vehicle, of course) driving on its own, and maybe buy some more expensive electronic goodies.

Time for bed soon. See you tomorrow.

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