Today was prep day, and I had help – getting wood inside, getting two leaks patched (hopefully), making sure I had enough water – nothing is worse than running low on water when it is raining cats and dogs outside – cooking up a batch of chili, turning a Sat turkey carcass into soup for the duration, making sure as much is secure as I can. My job was to man the kitchen. 😉 An easy job, I must say.
All eyes will be on the weather stories for the rest of the week. Would love to share yours with my readers. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the satellite shot, thanks to Dave Allen!
BTW, great moonrise tonight between the clouds. Wish I’d had my camera!
Below is an update I received today from one of the inspectors at the Rocky Creek jobsite:
“CIDH piles for bents 3, 4, 5 an 6 are complete. Contractor is currently working at bent 2 pile. The average production rate for the piles is still approximately 1 pile per week. However, bent 2 pile may take longer as drilling can only be performed during the night under full closure due to space constrains. Placement of the piles is on schedule.”
I have attached a photo below that illustrates this information:
(See attached file: Updated drilling locations.JPG)
Also, I’m going to be on a Monterey TV program tomorrow discussing the Rocky Creek project as well as the Pitkins Rock Shed project. Not sure if you can get this program where you are but I thought I’d mention it. Below is a link to more information.