No. I’m not suggesting that you shell out hard earned cash money to get an Atlas. Completely unnecessary, unless, of course, you want to! For the sake of completeness, I’ll review the Atlas Personal Weather Station (PWS) at the end. I appreciate that not everyone needs to collect his or her own weather data when
A weather update from The Farm Weather Center (TFWC). It’s raining, thundering, and lighteninging. There have been 203 lightening strikes today. I find that hard to believe, too. But then, Windy is click-click-clicking away in the background, and there was a lot of thunder. (I’m convinced it picks up cloud-to-cloud strikes as well as cloud-to-ground.)
So exciting. My weather station beeps a warning beep every times there’s a lightening strike within 25 miles. 5am. Pitch black dark. Hot coffee. Radar scope. Beep.
Yesterday the Farmhand was trying to extract some nails from a 2×4 without a proper hammer. (J-Man! Where are all of my hammers?) I procured a tool from the depths of a tool box that would help with the final phase– the part where you’ve reverse-hammered the nail back into the wood but now have