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Day 294.....I really need to get out this weekend and take some pictures! This week has been chaotic, but my photos show what my life has been like. Now, my furnace isn't working and I've been told that it's very hard to find parts for it since Lennox didn't build such a great furnace in the Pulse so they discontinued it. It's got a lifetime warranty, so if I need a new furnace they'll give me $575 toward a $2500 furnace. Somehow I don't see that as a lifetime warranty. In the meantime, I'm trying to stay warm by using my fireplace (but the blower doesn't work) and a space heater. It's not working very well.
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why is my room so cold T_T .. maybe this will fix it.. I made this fan to turn on to circulate air when the heat is on. Fan turns ON if temp is greater 100'F and turns OFF if it falls below 90'F.. Turning on and off worked as predicted.. but I need more powerful fan (or multiple fans)
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This short video shows the wiring for our water heater. Looks like the wires from the house are copper, but the wiring from the heater is aluminum. Looks like its causing some problems with the wirenut connector.
N/C part ($20 shipping) and my water heater is working again - this is the old board - the black specks are from the relay that went "blooey"
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Edward I's room at Chillingham
The room at the top was the very room in which Edward I stayed prior to his battle with William Wallace in 1298. This window was installed especially for him to grant him views over the gardens below.
Shot taken at Chillingham Castle, Northumberland, with a Panasonic Lumix G1, 14-45mm lens.
RAW conversion via Lightroom and CS3. Lens correction also applied in CS3 as the original photograph was drastically sloped.
Edward right after birth. Look at those arm muscles :)
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don't kill me for posting this Eden! :D
look you guys, isn't she just gorgeous!? i LOVE this shot i took of her last week and she does not agree with me. :D anywho, this is her making her "3D" camera camera case. its sooo cute. speak of...have you finished it yet Eden?
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Dilemma at WBFDC Lava
Recently I and one of my friends, both senior citizens, toured Lava. I am 67 year old retired Central Govt. Officer and my friend 62 year old senior medical officer & professor of medicine under Govt. of West Bengal. We are experienced hill travelers. At this advanced age we both were physically fit to travel and stay in high altitude with no difficulty whatsoever. Having a lot of experience in our kitty, we dared to travel to Lava just a couple of days after Sikkim Quake disaster when tourism activities in eastern hill region was at its nadir. During our stay from 21.9.11 to 23.9.11 Lava was a deserted place. There was no tourists except two of us. In fact, subsequent quakes of smaller magnitude took place in Sikkim when we were staying at the eco friendly resort of West Bengal Forest Development Corp. Ltd.
The purpose of this article is not to provide travel guidance to the tourists but to alert them about the shabbily maintained and badly managed WBFDC resort situated at the top of Lava, at a heavenly beautiful location. The future eco loving tourists should think twice before booking WBFDC Lava. A few of the shortcomings are described below.
We booked Log Cabin No. 2 for three days w.e.f. 21.9.11 to 23.9.11 in the name of Dr. B. Basu from WBFDC, Kolkata. Full amount was paid by him and allotment slip was issued by WBFDC Kolkata.
We reached Lava by noon of 21.9.11 and took possession of the log cabin No. 2 from a local boy. Later on we came to know that he runs the canteen along with his sister. No caretaker or manager or anyone responsible was around. The entire resort was deserted. Now about Log Cabin No. 2.
1.The cabin was badly maintained, badly lit and was stinking.
2.There were plethora of light points but only three in bed room, one in sitting room and one in toilet were in order. Rest were fused.
3.Sitting room was very small. A few leeches were found creeping. We killed them by sprinkling salt (we carried a few essentials, salt was one). Centre table of the sitting room was dirty and never cleaned, sunmica top was found dislodged in places. Dried food particles sticking on the surface. The same applied to the bedroom table. There was no bedside table.
4.Bed room was large enough but dimly lit.
5.Bath room was as large as a dance floor.
6.The bed room is not equipped with a room heater or CTV. So the situation there, was such that the moment the darkness dons on Lava at about 5.30 pm or during rain all you got to do was go straight inside the quilt of your bed and pray to God for early morning. You cannot read books or mags you brought with you due to insufficient light or connect yourself with the outer world through TV and also you cannot simply sit on the sofa because of chilling cold.
7.No generator was there inside the resort and so when power went out for one night and a day we had to stay in the dark room as it was raining outside. Nobody came with a lantern or even a candle, while the hotels were having generators and their tariff was much less with more comfort.
8.During our three day stay, no cleaning, no anti pest spraying were done, nobody came to us to enquire about our inconvenience or even say ‘Hello’. Only on second day at about 11 am a dirty looking middle aged man came and introduced himself as caretaker of the resort. He was not uniformed with badge or even appropriately dressed, only wearing a Bermuda type shorts and a vest both dirty and looked like just came from bed. His intention was not wishing us well but he actually came to us for extra money. He informed that one Mr. Rai, Beat Officer was in-charge of the resort (we never saw the fellow) and that we had to pay extra Rs. 124 per day since the charges of the cabin had increased. We agreed to pay only after seeing Mr. Rai and the official order. So we told him that if Mr. Rai kindly visited us we would be glad to be introduced with him and have chat on a cup of tea. Mr. Rai never turned up. On the 3rd day when we were leaving for Siliguri, the caretaker showed up to inform us that we did not have to pay extra charge. So the bottom line was that ‘extract extra buck from innocent tourists if you can and back out if they don’t agree and challenge’.
9.In comparison to the high tariff WBFDC the service to the tourists at Lava is nil. Once you check in WBFDC Lava, pray to God for your well being. Such bad management, maintenance and service cannot serve the purpose of tourism development, at least at Lava where a few hotels are already catering to the tourists in a better way.
10.About food the less is spoken the better. Potato and cabbage. They cannot give any other food. So those who are vege, carry vege of your choice from plane. For non-veg, there are eggs and chickens.
The best you can do at Lava, stay in a private hotel.
Sujit Kumar Das
A stream to sleep beside
Stream beside my campsite at Wildhorse Crossing south of Mountain City, Nevada. Wednesday 12 May 2010.
On day one of an 8 day, May of 2010 road trip, I found a road that to the best of my knowledge I had never traveled before.
I stopped at Mountain Home, Idaho to get some groceries and gas up the truck (while watching fighter jet pilots poking holes in the clouds with their trainer fighter jets).
From Mountain Home, Idaho I drove highway 51 south through Bruneau and Riddle, Idaho. Then the highway turned into Nevada 225. I continued south through the interesting country of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation until I reached the "Wildhorse Crossing" campground, south of Mountain City, Nevada.
It had rained heavily and the campground roads were muddy. Still I found a nice secluded campsite, next to a tumbling stream and set up "camp". I took several long hikes, east, south, and west of camp and saw a small herd of elk roaming the sagebrush covered hills.
The next morning, everything, including my pickup truck was encapsulated in a veneer of ice. It had got mighty cold that night, and I was happy to get the heater going in the pickup truck cab as I headed south through Nevada to my next destination in Utah (Snow Valley State Park by St. George, Utah).
May 12th through May 19th - - I traveled 9 states in 8 days, camping, driving back roads, visiting scenic and historic sites, and taking some great day hikes. These are some of the photographs from this solo "road trip".
Day One: Home in Eastern Washington; Mountain Home, Idaho; Owyhee, Nevada and a very cold night camped at Wild Horse Crossing south of Mountain City, Nevada.
Day two: NEVADA - - Mountain City; Elko; Wells; Ely (through a snow storm); Panaca. UTAH - - Enterprise, Veyo, to a warm and scenic enjoyable camp and hiking at Snow Canyon.
Day three: UTAH - - Snow Canyon; St. George; Hurricane; to Fredonia, Arizona. Forest Service Road #22 and many others to places like Monument Point and Indian Hollow. Too cold to camp (got down to 19 degrees that night), so dropped down low to BLM wilderness land off 89 A and spent the night among sagebrush and juniper with curious mule deer as "neighbors".
Day four: Opening day of the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Visited the park and arriving early had many places (Cape Royal), entirely to myself. ARIZONA: Vermillion Cliffs; Page; Kaibito; and Navajo National Monument and Betatakin, where I had my nicest camp site (Canyon View at Betatakin).
Day five: Betatakin camp to Kayenta; Monument Valley to drive the 17 mile "loop road" through the monument; to Mexican Hat to recharge my camera battery (Canon G10) while eating Navajo stew and fry bread at a cafe along the San Juan River; to Comb Ridge where I took two short enjoyable "rock art and cliff dwelling" hikes (procession panel and Monarch Cave ruins; up to Blanding, Utah where I checked into a small motel for two nights.
Day six: Get up early and hike a bit over 14 miles down Kane Gulch; down Grand Gulch to Todie Canyon, with many side excursions to visit cliff dwellings, granaries, rock art sites, etc. Weather started to blow in by the time I finished my hike.
Day seven: Changed my mind with the weather. Instead of heading for the Bisti Wilderness (for the first time) and Chaco Canyon (for the third time) - - I headed north through Moab then turned east toward Grand Junction, Colorado. Stopped at Sego Canyon rock art site outside of Thompson Springs, Utah. COLORADO - - Grand Junction, Rifle, Craig. WYOMING - -Baggs, Rawlins, Lander, Dubois (where I got a real nice motel room for a reasonable rate).
Day eight: Left Dubois, Wyoming early. Cold, windy, cloudy weather with a hint of snow in the air. Drove up through Yellowstone Park and exited via Mammoth Hot Springs; then on to Livingston, Montana. On I-90; hitting sun, the clouds, the rain, then a nasty storm (between Missoula, Montana and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho). Slept in pickup camper before driving on through the early morning back to my home in Eastern Washington.
Day nine: Arrived home at 4:30 am. Another fun road trip.
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This horrible monstrosity is what balances so gingerly between two pipes just above our heads when we lie in bed.
i have horrible nightmares about it coming down on us while we're sleeping, and i wake up to find it teetering there, waiting to decide our fate.
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CFHT and the Mauna Kea Atmospheric Monitor
The past several months at work have been taken up with preparations for installing the Mauna Kea Atmospheric Monitor, which is shown here, partially assembled, beside the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope dome.
Prior to this we had a 50' weather tower outside the dome, which provided measurements of temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, and precipitation to observers at CFHT and other telescopes so they could make decisions about which parts of the sky to observe, how best to orient their domes at sunset in order to flush the domes and bring the telescopes to nighttime operating temperature, and under which conditions to give it up for the night.
The tower was taken down several months ago, and the concrete pad was re-surfaced in order to support the MKAM tower. The tower, the enclosure on top, and the instrument inside it was originally used for site survey work for the Thirty Meter Telescope. The tower and equipment is now on loan for the MKAM project.
When it is completed the new tower will still support all the original weather instrumentation, but will also include a MASS-DIMM instrument attached to a small automated telescope. The MASS, or Multi-Aperture Scintillation Sensor, determines how much each altitude in the air contributes to the overall atmospheric turbulence, and the DIMM, or Differential Image Motion Monitor, determines how much atmospheric turbulence there is overall. Put together, these two can give observers an idea of how stable the atmosphere is, and how high the turbulence is that is causing the instability. These are essential to know for doing adaptive optics.
But to get there, the tower had to go up first. And as grand as all this sounds, the tower was put together by a bunch of guys, a Pettibone, a cherry-picker, and a bunch of wrenches. At 14,000' above sea level. By the end of it, we were all running ragged and all short of breath. The whole thing was put together in two days, including the installation of the MASS-DIMM telescope.
MASS-DIMM: Install the MASS-DIMM instrument on the telescope, install the mirrors on the telescope, level and align the telescope, and put together a pointing model so it knows where it is on the sky.
Weather Sensing: Install two weather masts, put together a new mount for the precipitation gauge, install mast heaters so they don't accumulate ice in the winter, run conduit and cables for the two masts, install the PLC that reads the weather instrumentation, and hook it into the existing fiber network at the tower's base.
This will take somewhat longer than two days.
Parts & Labour Launch
Last night I hit the Parts & Labour launch party.
Great food, nice space, interesting crowd and some really good conversation. Including talking to Victoria about the rooftop garden they've put in to grow herbs, lettuces, beets and more to supply the kitchen.
The Chef's Tables are appealing to a camera nut like me. I'm hoping to go back and try the regular menu with Gerry soon.
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The concept of NOBO (New Order of Business Organisation) began with a club on Ecademy (a UK-based online social business network).
The club was set up as a discussion forum for turning imaginations into real, practical ideas about how to enable business organisations of the future.
“Imagine organisations in which bosses give employees enormous freedom to decide what to do and when to do it. Imagine electing your own bosses and voting directly on important company decisions. Imagine organisations in which most workers aren't employees at all, but electronically connected freelancers living wherever they want to. And imagine that all this freedom in business lets people get more of whatever they really want in life - money, interesting work, the chance to help others, or time with their families.”
(Extract from Thomas W. Malone's The Future of Work )
The NOBO Meme Map represents the essence of the club’s conversations.
NOBO Virtuous Circle
An investment in pioneering leaders as Communities of Practice can rapidly develop new leaders in great numbers.
Effort spent in supporting and mentoring entrepreneurial knowledge workers and creating a culture of 'winning by sharing' in which they are learning can lead to increasing prosperity through value networks.
This in turn will create alliances, improved sales levels, and higher profit margins.
Some of these profits can be reinvested in social computing thereby initiating another iteration of a NOBO virtuous circle.
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Our tankless water heater, which is mounted on the side of our house, froze overnight. This is the insulated cover I made to keep it from freezing again.
This is the back of the cover - it slips into place over the heater and a panel mounted to the house serves as the back of the cover.
The small 'shelf' on the right side of the pic is for a light bulb mount, which I can add if the temps require it.
This shows the relative positions of the pantry part and the laundry part of the new little room. To the left of the pantry cabinet and right of the small wall is where we will put our broom-closet items. Behind the small wall is the tankless water heater. Aug 7.
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The basis of all life?
Macromondays: This weeks theme is "How does it work".
Photosynthesis can be considered the basis for almost all life on earth.
It is a natural chemical-process by which chlorophyll in green plants, blue-green algae, phytoplankton, and green and purple bacteria uses sunlight to convert water and atmospheric carbon dioxide into life sustaining organic compounds such as glucose.
Being also responsible for almost all the oxygen in the atmosphere, photosynthesis is the basis of all life on earth.
It's Raining Again!
This shot was actually a happy accident. It was supposed to just be a droplets on ladybird shot, but I clicked as the water was coming down and ended up liking this shot more! Luckily the little ladybird didn't seem to mind her random shower ;-)
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