Hello, dear readers. I’ve been quiet as of late on this here blog. You have probably noticed a lack of non-Friday Robots posts. I haven’t forgotten you; I’ve just been putting more and more work into Falling Rock.
You don’t know this about me yet: I love collecting paper. I sometimes keep receipts for gas stations just so I can happen across them years later and spend a few minutes remembering the circumstances of my fill-up. Normally the kept receipt is from a road trip, so the unusual location of the gas station tips me off as to what I was doing at the time. I love my receipt from Dinosaur, Colorado. It helps me to remember my solo visit to Dinosaur National Monument, a stop I enjoyed so much I brought Isis with me a few years later.
This is all a long preamble to the following photocopy, which I made when I worked high above the streets of Portland. From that Olympian height, I present:
Isn’t that amazing? Anybody can make biodiesel! I have no idea what most of this means, but if I can figure it out you know I’ll be manufacturing biodiesel like mad.
Did you all have a great Thanksgiving? I hope so. I did! I can’t believe I’m almost halfway through Year Six of Falling Rock. Stay tuned; I’m thinking of making big changes next year.