Yesterday, I spent the day in Deming. I started out the day by attending the Deming Seventh Day Adventist church. The sermon was on the state of the dead, as told by one of the fundamental beliefs of the church. After church, they had potluck.
In the afternoon, I went and helped with the rock show. The winds were so strong, part of the tent broke. We called it a day, and disassembled the booth. With the broken tent and the lack of customers, we decided to leave a day early.
In the evening, I did a little work for the dynamo before going to bed.
Yesterday, we set up the booth for the Deming Rock and Gem show. It took us a little while to set up, as it is an outdoor show, and we had to set up the tent.
In the afternoon, I put in quite a few hours for Upwork. I have so much to do for this project, and I’m not behind schedule yet. I wrote around 4000 words though, so that was good. I also spent some of the time organizing what else needs to be written.
I also tested out the 40 meter antenna and radio in the van. For this trip, I moved one of my HF radios to the van and gave it a good road test. I made several contacts. I also updated my logbook.
In the evening, I did a little reading, finishing out another chapter in Atlas Shrugged, and answering this week’s discussion questions.
Yesterday, I spent a good part of the day in meetings. I started out the day meeting with the Physics department about the status of the Cavendish experiment. Soon after that, I went to a meeting with the Dynamo programmer and picked up the latest version of the software. I thought we had a department meeting, so I rushed over to that, only to find that it had been cancelled.
In the afternoon, I did some work in one of the chemical engineering labs and signed some paperwork as well. I took some pictures of serial numbers for inentory purposes, and chatted with a few students.
We also had a faculty candidate presentation, which dealt with electronic materials and quantum dots.
In the evening, JoAnna and I drove to Deming in preparation for the Deming Rock and Gem show.
Yesterday, I started out the day by attending the Rio Rancho Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath School and Church services. This week’s church service was led by Crestview SDA school, and the little kids put on a play. It was fun, and the kids enjoyed performing.
In the afternoon, we went to Annapurna to write and read, as has been our tradition for several weeks now. I nearly completed the latest issue of the Society for Industrial Archeology Journal, and did a little catching up on some other things related to my computer.
In the evening, we went to Solid Grounds and listened to a talented bluegrass band. I forget their names, but they were quite good.
Yesterday, I spent the morning at the Rio Rancho Seventh-Day Adventist church. I gave the devotional, and then led my first Sabbath School class. This week’s lesson was on tithing, and we had some good discussions.
In the late afternoon, JoAnna, Joey and I went to Annapurna for tea. While I was there, I wrote several chapters in my latest fiction novel, and was quite pleased with my progress.
I also added a “LabVIEW” section under engineering, as well as the “Cavendish Experiment” under that tab. I will add more LabVIEW projects in the future.
In the evening, we went to Solid Grounds Coffee House, as we normally do on Saturday nights. This week, there was a guitarist that was pretty good, though I can’t remember his name.
Yesterday, I ended up chatting with JoAnna all morning, which was great. We had a good time.
In the afternoon, we went to Annapurna and worked on a few things. She was getting some stuff organized, and I did some reading. I read two chapters in Atlas Shrugged and two journal articles from the SIA Journal.
In the evening, we went to Solid Grounds Coffee House and listened to a blues musician whose name is escaping me at this time. He has been there before, and I think this time was the best. He had quite a few funny blues songs.