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Toshi

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Oct 23, 2001
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that's actually a lot like what I did to my talar dome night skiing back in med school. crunch.
 

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Neighborhood spin to park a few blocks away. Me on OneWheel due to my hand. Mariko is confirmed to fit on her new Trailcraft.
 

Toshi

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Swelling reduced over the fracture, where the brace puts pressure on my hand. Still swole elsewhere. Still also tan!

Follow up visit with ortho hand clinic on Wednesday where I’ll likely get repeat radiographs and some more clarity on how long before I can return to this or that activity.
 

Toshi

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Scheduled an electrician to come out to quote (and possible just go ahead and install) a price for another NEMA 14-50R along my side of the garage, with conduit, cable, and a breaker to the appropriate sub panel on the garage wall just outside where it'd be.

 

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Baby Aya has now graduated to the next size up bike: a sweet belt drive 16” wheel Early Rider. Hand brakes, which will be key for commuting to her preschool via on the road bike lanes in the spring (with me watching over her). Circus monkey effect much diminished.
 

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Finally came up for Starlink service up at the mountain house after being on the waitlist for a long time. Woohoo. I don’t think I’ll have enough of a need for moonlighting work to buy another radiology workstation to keep up there full time but if I need to I can haul mine up there in a pinch (all four monitors worth of it).

Shall be drilling a hole through the wall to route the cable indoors from where the dish will live on the deck, but with proper grommets and looping the cable below this shouldn’t be too much of an issue, I hope. Since it’s an EIFS surface, not traditional stucco, I went with the standard wall penetration kit not the masonry kit.
 
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Toshi

Harbinger of Doom
Oct 23, 2001
33,698
5,034
Scheduled an electrician to come out to quote (and possible just go ahead and install) a price for another NEMA 14-50R along my side of the garage, with conduit, cable, and a breaker to the appropriate sub panel on the garage wall just outside where it'd be.

$593 installed. doin' it, or rather gettin' it done.

(quite reasonable as compared to $450 to have the first one installed as the house was built. 2015 vs 2022, working with a finished wall vs unframed at the time, etc.)

edit: also 30% tax credit eligible now I believe!
 
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Toshi

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150A sub panel, finally full. Photo bombing by the tomato plant reaching over from the adjacent planter.