Last Friday I came home to a gas leak 1 block away. They said it was a 3 or 4 inch line that was cut and it took Xcel a long time to locate it. There was a lot of standing around hoping that things didn’t blow up (I’m glad they didn’t). They also shut down traffic on a major road during rush hour. Lots of vehicles were trying to cut through our neighborhood without realizing that the only other way out was through the cordoned-off area.
That’s funny, I didn’t know temperatures showed up on radar.
![Sunny, very warm temperatures on the radar in Denver](/images/Screen Shot 2018-08-13 at 09.19.19.png)
Do they mean a different kind of radar? Perhaps Jonathan Banks can tell us.
This is the Google homepage today:
This post describes my recent project to improve upon the Domestic Hot Water (DHW) situation at my house.
I’d like you to pause for a moment. Take a breath. Look around this blog.
Do you notice something?
More specifically, do you notice not-something?
Some of the biggest old~~-school~~ -fashioned gearheads around. And they realize it’s happening: