Habitat Workday Take Two

Today I was able to dust off the skills I learned in my met­al sculp­ture class in col­lege in or­der to fab­ri­cate some an­chors for the re­tain­ing wall. Sparks were fly­ing just like the old days. I al­so had to thread some pip­ing, which was ba­si­cal­ly large scale épée build­ing. I wish uni­ver­si­ties re­quired more technical/​artisan/​crafty class­es. It nev­er ceas­es to amaze me how lit­tle some peo­ple know about the us­es of el­bow grease, blood and vine­gar. Brief for­ays in tech class in mid­dle school are not near­ly enough. I’ve sort of got farmer’s tan now, as well.

2 thoughts on “Habitat Workday Take Two

  1. ” It nev­er ceas­es to amaze me how lit­tle some peo­ple know about the us­es of el­bow grease, blood and vine­gar.” — the skin­ny pale cu­bi­cle-work­ing dork says 😉

    Seriously, glad to hear you had a good time go­ing out­side and do­ing some re­al work for a few days on the company’s buck. 🙂

    See you mon­day

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