End of day 2: Working my way across the bed by removing sod, turning it and placing it at the bottom of the previous trench. The soil beneath the sod is then dug up and used to fill up the rest of the old trench while forming a new trench next to the old. Each trench is about 2-3 dm wide.
Started this years vacation by making a vegetable plot at the new house, this is day one. Average sized person for scale ;-)
If cassette tapes are too modern for you, there's another course available for slide projectors (reversal film). It goes through all the essentials in an easy to grasp 40-slide presentation.Some course high-lights: "Disc memory", "Power supply", "Chess", "Modem", "Graphics on the computer screen" and my personal favorite: "Office landscape".
#2178 "Expiration Date High Score"
"Wait, we've MOVED since 2010. How on Earth did--" "Look, some of us were just born to be champions."
I was reading up on the process of making masa dough from my homegrown maize, when I came across the pages on food preservation at "the spruce eats":
A recommended read for anyone interested in the art of food preservation!
#2175 "Flag Interpretation"
When Salvador Dalí died, it took months to get all the flagpoles sufficiently melted.
#2161 "An Apple a Day"
Even the powerful, tart Granny Smith cultivar is proving ineffective against new Gran-negative doctors.
Kudos to those 1000 cadets who managed to distract the US president for two full hours. If we all help out, it wouldn't take much of each of our time to keep him busy until next election.
Note to future self: pole sliding from the moon might be a bad idea ( https://what-if.xkcd.com/157/ )
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