It’s not unusual to see all sorts of problems and errors on the Walgreens lighted signs around here. But this one is the best with the temperature at 506 degrees F. I don’t know if it was intentional, but if it was, props to the employee who went with the fun and added the other slides between the temperature screen!
Why do I find so much humor at our local grocery store? I think it’s because they make it too easy!
I stopped by my local Highlander (Kroger) grocery store to pick up a few essential food items (that’s code for ice cream.) They’ve been pushing a locally grown message for a while now with posters and signs around the store. We’re in Northern Illinois and the store has stretched local to mean things like Michigan blueberries and Kentucky cucumbers. It’s within a long day’s drive, I guess. Continue reading Illinois Pineapples
Sometimes a low-tech solution to automation is all that is needed to save a lot of work. Although I now use robotic lawn mowers, you might still enjoy the story of how I once turned my gas-powered walk-behind mower into a work-saving autonomous mower. My neighbors certainly found it amusing. (More on that later.)
This simple hack cut my mowing time to about a third of what it used to be. I’m not sure of the exact cost because most of the parts were scrounged. Even the mower was a $30 garage sale special. In total, I probably spent less than $50 for the whole project, including the mower.