Dr. Kellerman held a meeting to go over the important items of the trip, before we take off for Guatemala. I am looking forward to the trip and think we should be able to get our busy schedule of work done. I think we will be able to get our busy schedule of work done and with the tools we will leave behind the people of the area should be able to continue to build solar panels, if they decide the panels will work for them. I hope the solar hot water heater works out well. I will continue to take solar energy classes at ICC during the spring semester. The solar energy is much easier to install when you do not have to worry about it freezing.
Monday, December 26, 2011
I am going to see if I can post something on this blog using my new phone. I need to learn how to live in the new world that electronics has created for us. I still can not see me walking around with a phone stuck to the side of my face but I will need to learn how to use it because we are going to give up our land line as soon as we move to Silver City. The only people that ever called me was the nursing home and the Red Cross. My mother is dead now, so the nursing home does not call. I have been to China and can not give blood until July and we will move, I hope, so they won't call either. I don't call people but now I have a new phone and I have to learn how to use it. We shall see how that goes.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Monday, December 12, 2011
Also in this picture is the 8 inch duct fan and temperature control. The duct fan will move more air and help to dry the coffee faster. The fan control will shut the fan down if the air temperature drops too low to properly dry the beans. Once the air temperature gets high enough the fan will turn back on and start to dry the beans again. At least that is how it is suppose to work.