Last day of summer

Posted on Sunday, October 6th, 2019 at 1:53 am

In 26 hours, the wind is forecast to turn around from the north, with a 40% chance of rain. By sunrise, the wind will be 15 to 20 mph, and summer will be riding it south. It will attempt a warm rebound on Wednesday, but a more serious front at the start of Friday will insure its departure as the lows head into the lower 50s. Rain doesn’t look to be more than 40% at any time. Next week looks like consistent 80s/60s with no sunny skies.

Took a long soak in the tub. It might be the last cool water bath of the year, where the tub is comfortable for leaning back. The tub has considerable thermal mass, and it gets cold in the winter and doesn’t like to warm up above the waterline, even when it’s full of hot water. Abutting two exterior walls doesn’t help matters.

Working on a creamy rice with chicken and pork tenderloin. Sausage gravy will follow to target the bag of gold potatoes. Split pea soup is on the agenda to use the ham bone in the freezer, once I use up the milk (several options there). Spaghetti too. I’m sure a steak or two will be in the mix, now that I’ll be able to broil comfortably. May even bbq.

Hoping to get some recording done when the AC gets turned off. I plan on restringing the Egee, maybe today. I have all the gear for laying down tracks now. All I need is relative quiet.

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