I was fairly busy over the weekend out in the garage, putting the Harbor Freight wooden work bench together and uncrating the mini lathe.
Come to find out I received it upside down.
That was, interesting, to say the least.
I did a bunch of monkeying around and basically threw my "fused" lower back out doing something I shouldn't have obviously.
I used the little folding hoist I bought a few weeks ago to do the heavy lifting but that work bench got to be kind of heavy towards the end and I had to keep flipping it over to get to spots.
I did take a bunch of pictures of the process but have to move them from the phone to this laptop and then into my download file so I can upload them to the blog.
Not happening right now.
Either way, I suffered all damn day and at whatever the fuck time it is right now, it ain't showing any signs of letting up yet.
This causes me to not give much thought to blogging so we shall see how I feel later on. This little episode is not uncommon, I have been dealing with this for over thirty years now.
Hit the blog roll, there is a whole group of folks over on both sides who I read pretty much daily.
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