Busy, busy, you are!We've only got six inches of snow this evening. Not sure if we are supposed to get more snow overnight, but I could always just work from home, as long as my internet connection is active.How many ice cubes should I flush to get that to drop out too?
So doing both will *prevent* snow days, you say. Good to know, as snow days are dreadful in Seattle, and usually consist of inadequate amounts of snow for any recreational purpose, ice-rink roads, and crabby children cooped up all day. Augh!
Man, you're Typewriter Central!
In the suburbs of Chicago we have only had but a few inches yet this year. I would venture to guess that the total is less than a foot. But I am wearing my pajamas now so let's see what happens.That "Silver Surfer" is a bute by the way. And I can't wait to see those manuals. As a Smith Corona man this should be very interesting for me!
The Smith-Corona 88 manual has already been scanned by Alan Seaver: download here.I'll post "tips to typists" soon.
Northeast Indiana got a total of 5" yesterday and just a couple more overnight. Roads were cleared to pavement, although I did look out the window no less than 3 times just to make sure I wasn't calling in to work remote.I think I need to copy-cat and pull down that old typing manual that came with my Selectric purchase. There could be some gems in there...
My 2011 WAS off to a good start until I found out that you found a QDL in a thrift store.*takes a ten minute walk to clear head*Okay, I have decided to suck it up and be excited for you. Nice find.
Hey, could you send me some pictures of the Hermes Ambassador? I'm sendig this from my mom's phone!