Yesterday, I started the morning by going on a run. I went a little over two miles, though I’ll have to check to see how much over two miles. One of my tracker apps crashed, so I’ll have to see if it recorded it totally.
After that, I finished up the work that needed to be done to the van. I had left it on the jack in the street in front of my house, with one tire at Firestone (awaiting a replacement) and the brakes disassembled when we ran out of light. Yesterday morning, I was able to get the driver’s side brakes back together (new pads, checked the rotors) quickly, having sunlight instead of a flashlight. Then, I drove the Crown Vic to Firestone, picked up the tire, put it on, switched the van’s direction, and then did the passenger’s side brakes. Those took only about half an hour, having learned the lessons I needed to learn on the driver’s side. I reassembled them, then drove the van to Firestone to have the tires rotated. I only have one jack, but I have free rotations at Firestone, so that’s why I did it this way. Now, the van is set, with two larger tires in the rear and two stock ones in the front.
In the evening, I finished up my LabVIEW Core II training and worked on getting eQSL set up. I think I am ready to start logging contacts in eQSL, finally. I also read a chapter of Atlas Shrugged.
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