We have fog. Dense. Not the sort of thing you want to have to drive through in the dark of night. Accu-weather sent our warnings. Sadly, the sun will begin to burn it off... just before the rain arrives. Yep. More rain is on the way. The temps are supposed to climb into the low 60s (F), quite unusual for January. After today, temps are supposed to cool down and become more seasonal. For us here in Central PA, that's usually in the mid 40 (F) range.
Yesterday was fairly quiet here. I worked on the 50 gallon tank for a bit. Worked on the new book. Not surprisingly, I decided to throw-out half of a chapter and do a rewrite. That's how it goes. Last week I edited out a section where Eli and Bobby have a discussion about the shape of Black Holes. It was interesting, but had nothing to do with the story. For those interested, Black Holes are not flat, nor are they convex on concave. Most of us think of them as being similar to whirlpools, with a spinning edge that sucks everything in. They're actually sort of pill shaped.
They're working on the house next door. This is the first time workers have been there during the day, usually it's late afternoon.
And for today's picture, I chose this one, of Kev McCarthy after his 3rd loss.