Luckily it was outside, every year we are late stacking up the firewood and it's a mad panic to get the wood store filled in time. At least so far haven't had to fire the stove up yet but am slowly getting a nice store of dry wood built up.
Sounds pretty nice and having plenty of space and fresh air around you is always going to be good.Otona Cream Pie wrote: ↑Thu Nov 04, 2021 12:03 amI'm a bit distracted....I've been drooling over this cheesy 90's home on one of the Akiya-banks all day. Just far enough in the woods that the asking price of 350man is a insanely low....but for someone that enjoys driving, a potential way to stop paying rent and have more room (and fresh air)
The way I see it and I'm certainly no expert is that Tesla is so far ahead of the other American car companies that they probably can't catch up. Maybe some of the European and Asian car companies will start taking increasing slices of the American car market.
I do feel it's a real shame that Nissan squandered their early efforts, they got off to a great start with the Leaf and then did nothing with it whereas they could have used that knowledge and rolled out an impressive line up of electric cars.
Getting back to Amazon, where I grew up there were two small independent bookshops and the owners of both of them tried really hard to find books their customers would enjoy. They knew the tastes of their customers and would make very good recommendations for future reads. Both bookshops introduced me to new authours and books countless times and I rarely had a book bought from them I didn't enjoy. It's sad to see that snuffed out by Amazon