The cabinets are from my parents house. I wrote about that a while back. The countertop is by a guy I met at the Riverside Arts Markets. He has a commercial woodshop that I went to see on my lunch break one day. It was awesome. And after pricing countertops at Lowes, or even pricing a sheet of formica laminate, I realized it’s be cheaper to have this guy do it. Especially because I wasn’t to savvy on inviting me messing up a perfectly good $150 piece of formica, only to spend another $150 to try again.
We still haven’t installed the sink. We’re getting a different one with one large tub, instead of two separate ones.
Although the real difference is fairly obvious. Well, one of two things are happening. My new camera turns dogs into bones – or turns dogs into cats.
Here is the other new cabinet. I still haven’t built a permanent top for it.
I recently read about the first digital camera ever developed. December of 1975. And here I thought when I got a Commodore 64 I was this advanced computing prodigious child.
The camera stored the images on a cassette tape! The fact that I “store” LPs on cassette tapes to listen to in my car is archaic to most. I don’t know what’s more neo-luddistic – having a bunch of records, or having a tape deck in your vehicle.