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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Boiled eggs for breakfast, and off to Thorpness Meare for
a row with Sue & Clive, and our respective broods. Amused by
the initial critique of the parental rowing technique (indeed my
skills are highly questionable though somewhat practised in
criticism was drastically muted by the impact of personal experience
as we merrily circled, caught crabs, drifted into the bank and so
on under their masterly control: much fun.
Back for for a fine roast lunch; Bruce meanwhile having made
a reprap extruder nozzle out of some steel studding, with the
insulating from an old piece of phenolic resin (a pan handle by any
other name). Looks like just what the doctor ordered.
Washed up, had coffee, and set off for home; gave the babes
tea, and set too in the workshop - adjusting the fixtures (designed
for a rather thinner barrel) to accomodate the new hot end. Bed early.
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