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Did a bunch of paperwork for the food trailer and for home (bills, etc...) and got the cash register programmed to some extent - will try running it tomorrow and see how the various departments and groups work out.

I want to have single buttons for each item being sold (the register has 35 so we are fine) but I want to gather all related things into specific groups. Sandwich, extra meat or cheese, extra toppings, etc. would all be grouped as sandwiches. 8oz soup, 12oz soup and 16oz soup would be grouped as soup, various sodas and carbonated beverages would be grouped as drinks. That way, when I do the daily counting sheets, I only have a few things to keep track of for business purposes but I have complete granularity for inventory - I can see how many portions of meat were sold on a given day; how many Mexican cokes, etc...

Been raining heavy off and on - just under a half inch since when I checked this morning - Cliff Mass has an update on the storm track and had the following take-away:

This is going to be bad along the coast and I expect lots of power outages there.  Same for NW Washington, with the San Juans, northern Whidbey, and the Bellingham area to have gusts to 60-70 mph and plenty of power outages. Much less over the south Sound.

Supposed to be here around 8PM and pretty much blown over by 11PM and the nice thing with it being so small and tight is that the electrical crews will not be as spread out as they were last night - be able to fix things faster.

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