Let's clean out the photo bin!
Two weeks ago I was downtown with some friends bottling up the adult beverage, which we crafted during my buddy's 40th surprise birthday party back in December. In total, he walked away with just over five cases of brew and seemed pretty pleased with the whole experience.
I had to bow out early that night, because 7:20a.m. Calculus classes don't teach themselves. But before I left the guys sang me a (severely) belated Happy Birthday and handed me a mini keg!
Rhodell's is a brewery in downtown P-town, and a pretty nice one at that. From what I've been told I can have the mini keg refilled for fifteen bucks. Not a bad deal, especially at the slow rate at which I consume beer.
Moving right along...
This past Friday I walked into one of the big box hardware stores and was greeted at the end of the entryway by a pallet of 5-gallon buckets. I had one of those "Whoa! I must have it!" moments and six dollars lighter I was a very happy Cubs fan.
worm farm in the basement to the garden, and especially for chipmunk relocation.
This one is too nice to have worm castings coat the inside of it!
Now, if only I can convince my cat that this shelf is not hers.
Thanks again for stopping by and reading!