Like it or not, quarantine is upon us for many and will end up upon us for the rest of us soon. I still have to work from home and my wife still has to go off and fly the jet, but we have seen a significant productivity increase around the house from this already. If we’re making lemons from the lemonade properly, we should all be taking advantage of the situation to our benefits. So for me, that’s getting projects done. Official lock down starts tomorrow, but we were encouraged to work from home last week. So here are some things I’ve done: - changed oil on three tractors (getting them ready for the season), the power washer, and one of the go karts - dug up 12-14 trees (I lost count) with the bulldozer, making good progress on the runway - fixed my electric church organ. The pedals hadn’t been working since we moved here and several of the keys on the upper manual were broken - been brushing up on pieces I used to play regularly - set up my “work from home” workstation - before the quarantine started officially, stocked up on a bunch of supplies so I could keep working on the Cobra and other projects - installed some new towel holders in the bathroom - figured out and ordered a new gearset for my bicycle (that’s been broken for 8 years) - got the one big fish pond up and running, needed a new pump and installed an additional/new UV filter - got the rear view mirror off the XKR (it’s been broken since purchase) to identify the correct type. They have multiple variants so needed to confirm the right type to order - fixed the driveway lights that had been broken for over a year Aside from the obvious Cobra build, I’ve got my intended conversion of an airline beverage cart into a drink fridge, cleaning up and turning an old Jag V12 block into a wine rack, installing hardwood floor into two of the bedrooms upstairs, and if we get all of that done and the Cobra running/driving we may start working on the theater room. So what are you doing with your quarantine?