Making a bit of a change to the motorcycle this time. Going matte black instead of gloss white.
Old fairings and gas tank removed. Ready to take the air box and intake manifold off. Parts to fix the fuel injectors should be coming in soon so I can get this thing street ready again. Itching to ride.
My Great Great Grandfather, taken by my Grandfather.
Color slides from 1954.
GE no.6 Sure-Fire Flash Bulbs. Some old leftovers of my grandfathers photography days.
Baba Black Lager – Uinta Brewing Co.
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My Niece and Nephew enjoying Super Mario Kart on my RetroPie.
I hate cases, always have. Why make my Phone which was built to be thin, thicker? I know some people do need cases to protect their phones from the elements and drops, I’m not one of those people.
When I purchased the iPhone 6S I started looking at cases and even bought the Silicon Case from Apple, mainly to protect the camera’s protrusion. The case is thick and makes the phone wider. The silicon is also quite slick so it slips out of my hand very easily. It also sticks in my pocket which is annoying because when I want to take it out it turns my pocket inside out.
Then I ran across Peel. It’s a super thin case and it’s awesome.
It protects the camera’s protrusion in the back and is just about flush with the side buttons. You can hardly tell there is a case on it. It’s got just enough protection that I want without being bulky and annoying.
So if you’re looking for a case and don’t require anything rugged, check out Peel.
I’ve debated getting a standing desk for a while and finally decided on the Evodesk as the one that would best work for me. I had been feeling fatigued sitting all the time but I didn’t want to get a fixed desk for standing. Although there have been a few motorized sit-stand desks that I’ve looked into, they were all way to large for my current home and more expensive than I’d like to spend.
Then I stumbled upon the Evodesk. The company looks new but I was able to find some great reviews about their desk. The pricing was cheaper than what I was looking at and was available in a size that would work for me right now. After about a week or two of looking into them and being a little hesitant, I decided to give them my money.
I kept the desk simple and only added the Ergo Desktop for the contoured edge at the front of the desk, the cable management tray underneath the desk (attached in the back), and the programmable memory controller.
I didn’t time how long it took me to put together, but the instructions were simple and easy to follow. The frame is amazingly sturdy even when it’s raised up high and the desk has a nice texture to it. One of the biggest selling points to me is the way they designed the frame, it moves laterally! Which means not only will it work for me now in their 48″ size but when I have more space in the future I can upgrade up to a 90″ desk.
Although I’ve only been using it a couple days, it’s been a great experience. If you’re on the fence about which sit-stand desk to get, I would highly recommend the Evodesk. It’s at a lower price point but it’s quality is superb.
The screensaver is the Padbury Clock.