Friday, September 30, 2016

Richard Roehm Memorial Ranch Blog for September 26, 2016

Monday, September 26, 2016, 2000 Hrs, 88 Degrees, clear sky, light wind.

Good evening folks,

Today it was hot day, I woke up at about 6:00 am this morning to a strong wind that died down about 7:30 am. Had my coffee brewed up and cooked some sausage links with the Solo-Stove. After I was fully awake  and finished my breakfast and coffee, I managed to pull out two more eBay orders and got ready to print out the shipping labels.

My black laptop showed signs of overheat and I had to shut it down before I was able to print the shipping labels. Darn it!

Anyway, I went out to the field to get some more small firewood for my Solo-Stove. It became really hot around 11:00 this morning and it has reached 101 degrees today and started to cool down about 5:00 this afternoon. I finally got the shipping printed out around 6:30 pm and got ready for tomorrow's trip to the town, going to the post office and maybe hang around Downtown Lancaster for a few hours.

During the hot day, I couldn’t do that much because it's too hot and dry for me to do more. It is too hot for late September! That’s way above normal! YIKES! I did try do my best to stay inside and cool myself down and took a cool bath around 2:30 pm to cool down.

That’s about it for today’s blog.

Have a great day to you all!

Bobby Fleener
General Manager, Richard Roehm Memorial Ranch
Vice President, Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center

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