Numbers: Two, seven, eleven, etc…

Considering the number of blog messages discussing “numbers,” you might think I have a fetish?!

Icicles on the fountain

Ice and icicles at two AM

burr-3First and foremost: I identify with these two pictures. At 2:00 AM, I ventured out into the freezing temperatures to turn on the heater in the tarp shelter. That was an “exercise in futility” because it didn’t warm the area. At 9:00 AM, I brought it into my trailer home and (imho) a very poor excuse of a heater because virtually no heat!! It was an inexpensive heater so I got exactly what I paid for.

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Eighty-two degrees thirty-six hours earlier

Thirty-six hours temperature comparison

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Temperature at nine PM Sunday

Temperature at two PM Sunday

Temperature at four PM Sunday

Temperature at six PM Sunday

Temperature at six AM Monday

Temperature at seven AM Monday

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Temperature at ten-thirty Monday

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smiley-face-horrified

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Eleven-thirty as I publish this and my trailer home is finally seventy degrees. I’ve been “huddled” in front of the Lasko heater all morning (preparing this message).

Temperature in greenhouse

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