Which started out with me going and getting my truck back. Had to stop and put gas in the rental (a Whopping $10!!!!) but made it to the rental place with no problem. They drove me down to pick my truck up since it was raining cats-and-dogs. Nice of them.
Drove through Port Orchard. Stopped at the Vets to see if I could get some more of that goop weâ€™ve been putting in Poop Dogâ€™s ears to fight that ear infection. Nope. Not without seeing him first. So he has an appointment for 0800 next Tuesday.
Went to Walmart and looked at cameraâ€™s. Saw a couple, fairly decent (and NOT Canon), for around $180. Stopped by the DVD section to see if they had anymore seasons of JAG; nope. Ah well.
Went to Fred Meyers to look at cameraâ€™s. What a crappy selection! Was so disappointed that I didnâ€™t look at anything else in the store.
Was really raining during all this. Made the walk from the Truck (which I usually park way out from wherever and walk in) a shit load of fun. Windy too. (Turns out Battle Ground, WA had a tornado today! That is unusual!)
Came on home and looked at cameraâ€™s on Amazon. Seems like some nice, fairly reasonably priced, cameraâ€™s but I really like â€œhands-onâ€ when I buy things like that. Letâ€™s me figure things out and see if itâ€™ll really work for me or not.
Radio friend of mine came over for awhile and we worked on his Club website online for a few. Then we just sat and talked and I showed him how I rip my movies and how the Raspberry Pi 2 is working as a media server. He stayed for over an hour. (Thatâ€™s unusual. I hardly ever get visitors and when I do they donâ€™t usually stay long. I think itâ€™s because Iâ€™m a Redneck.)
Oh, I guess the power went out, while I was gone, just long enough to shut all the computers and the NAS down and make all our clocks blink. What fun. The 2-meter radio was still working though. Strange.
Decided to go the easy way for dinner: warmed up a jar of that soup I made yesterday. That is one thick soup!
Anywho, back from picking SWMBO up so itâ€™s about time to hit the rack.