Monthly Archives: January 2012

The 6th day: Rescue trimming down a Pound: Organization and Hearing

Yom Hashishi and many of the warm-blooded animals (including humans). The days are getting longer, and I’m ready for a day of rest!  It’s the end of January (one more day), and I technically have to wrap up last year’s … Continue reading

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The 5th day: Birds and Fish

Yom Chamishi and the smaller animals (birds, fish, snakes, and spiders) A little analysis here: The truck: 1.  Put battery in another truck and see if it works.  I don’t think enough current is getting from the battery. 2. Swap hot cable with … Continue reading

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The 4th Day: Constellations, Sunrises, and Moons

Yom Reviyi I’m working on a few projects.  Measuring the voltages with a DVM at the battery, the voltage drops from 12.58V to 12.15V when I turn the ignition key half way.  The solenoid clicked once and then never again.  … Continue reading

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Separating the land from the sea: a pecan tree and the first baby broccoli: the third day

Yom Shleshi We had a lot of storms and water and I got the flu.  A little temperature for a day, and I went from well to flooding clear nasal discharge in a period of 1 hour.  I contemplated Tamiflu but … Continue reading

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Yom Sheni (the second day) and a lead

Spent some time fixing the connection on my computer, The leads had become so fragile that I was afraid to move it, much less put it in my backpack.  So the ends had been stripped, and I was wrapping the … Continue reading

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Yom Echad (The First Day)

I spent a little time on the first paragraph of the first chapter of genesis.  It really helps to have an oral version for reference, and I feel pretty confident that this is a good way to learn.  I finally … Continue reading

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Not much time

Dogs in need No internet access except at library (5 mile bike ride each way).  I was able to download the oral version of Genesis to work on Hebrew (it gives me something to do on the days that I … Continue reading

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