I took Jim Hippen over to Happiness Garden to look at where I need the door built. (I just don’t have time to do-it-myself right now. I’m hiring Jim to do the cellar door.) While we were there, Jerry came down stairs and asked if he could get rid of this old, very old, freezer. I’m guessing this freezer is about 1940 vintage. It has several bays on top with these 1/2 fold, flip-flop, style lids.
If anyone wants it – to sell it for scrap, restore, or part-out, let me know.
I attempted to drill a soffit hole unsuccessfully. This means I have to do something else for the ceiling insulation. I’m not sure what at this point. The roof should have been built with soffits, but it’s too late now.
President Clawson called and asked if we would house a couple of service missionaries. They need a place by tomorrow. So, it looks like we’ll have a couple of full-time elders living with us temporarily.
There were some very dramatic clouds in Rochester today.
(The iPhone camera really under exposes. As a result, images like the above turn out pretty noisy. I got a chuckle out of another photographer’s blog where he said the 3GS camera was so good he might abandon his dSLR. Really?)
Speaking of iPhone photos, this one turned out better than expected. This is of the Presbyterian Church at the Corner of the 4 Churches. I took this as I was leaving Jim’s house yesterday.