Back from town early

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I had Grace with me and it was just getting too hot - 86°F outside air temp and although I was running the air conditioner and parking in whatever shade I could find, the car was still getting too hot for comfort. Dogs bodies normally run around 101-102.5°F so she would feel less discomfort from the heat than me but not willing to push it. Also, I am not wearing a fur coat. The forecast is still showing precipitation coming in Wednesday but I don't see it here - maybe a drop or two.

Came home and stopped at the store - my hairdresser was available for a cut so we started on that and an ambulance sped down the road towards her house. Her phone rang and her husband had a diabetic event - he is very brittle. Another aid car from our local Fire Department (very lucky to be living out there - excellent crew!) and then two Medic One cars from the County. Bob's heart had stopped but they were able to revive him and he is at the hospital ER now. Our prayers heading out to them. Wonderful people.

At home now unpacking the truck - will have leftover bean and ham soup and a salad. I am doing the food service for a ham radio event at the end of June and seeing if a commercial brand of Mac Salad is good enough to serve or if I need to get access to a commercial kitchen (there is one available) and make my own.

Spending tonight getting some printers configured in the radio room - I have three of them and was swapping cables around to use them. Got a couple extra cables and a hub from Amazon so everything will be plug-and-play. Label printer, B&W laser and Color ink-jet.

Time for dinner...

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