Sometimes I’m a day late and a dollar short. It was a few weeks ago that I discovered a reliable and cheap way to have SPT backed up. It’s a feature called VaultPress and runs 5 bucks a month. It was created and maintained by the WordPress.com staff. I thought the deal was so good that I put the subdomain on VaultPress as well. I wish I had heard about this sooner. It’s a small price to pay for automatic backups which would take me hours in real time.
We had two days in the mid 90s so outside activity has been minimal at our house. Old people don’t like the heat. However, sitting in this house with the AC cranked maybe two clicks too high for my preferences makes me wish I had at least gone out to the Manly Garage for the brew review tonight. Throw open the window, turn the fan on low and listen to the Harleys interrupt the silence as I drink and type.
Skeeter Pee is almost done fermenting. I checked the gravity yesterday and it was at 1.010. When it hits 0.995, it’ll be time to add a clarifier and something to kill the yeast. It probably won’t be ready for the 4th, but summer looks like it’s going to be a long and hot one. I brewed the Skeeter Pee specifically for the ladies. 5 1/2 gallons will fill over 60 bottles. Then it’ll be an experiment to see how well the stuff ages.
The AC in the Tundra blows hot air. Time to get a recharge. Until then it’ll be just like the old days in my little ’89 Toyota truck. Bone stock, 4 cylinder with fuel injection got 27 mpg for my daily commutes to work. No AC but it had a damn good heater. Crank handle windows. Used to travel 55 minutes one way to work, 55 minutes back. Those days classical music was my bag. That’s when I learned what a genius Mozart was.
It’s getting late and I’ve got few more tasks to perform here tonight.
Take it easy and thanks for stopping by. Don’t let the bastards wear you down.