I didn’t expect Daylight Savings to have such a dramatic effect on our project.  A few weeks ago, I could work until 6 or 6:30 without a problem.  Now it’s quitting time at 4:45 or so.  Right now there’s exactly 3 working circuits in the house: Basement GF, Garage, and dining room.  Part of the heavy lifting section of this project has meant pulling apart mechanicals and removing wiring from walls marked for demo.  It’s a meticulous process and I’m constantly in fear of losing track of a junction box worth of circuits.  Bottom line is I depend a lot on solar power to light up my work space.  With winter just around the corner, the sun is sleepier sooner and that means less work time for me.


About Nathan

Originally from central Florida (near Orlando), I've lived in the Cleveland area since 2008. When I'm not caught up in the life project de jure, I paint, sculpt, play games (mostly board games and video games), and run a small hobby import/export business.

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