2010-09-18 | Memory | Raising Yellow the Hut
I gave Isabelle to Sigg that April. Yellow the Hut is a home-made camper that I built during the winter of 2009-2010. I also set up a computer and heater in there at the time, so I could work on my ideas for my journal software and related Ruby on Rails stuff. I wanted everything I worked on to be able to run independently, so I got MCJ to the point where it all ran on its own operating system. I put the propane heater in there and would isolate myself for hours. This is also around the time of the Goth Woman dream and "Terminator Kitty is not your Friend" dreams. I was mistaken, in a way, to back off of that push. Much of what I wanted to create at the time, I have been able to create in the last year. I'm also having some similar dreams. This is stirring again. But back to the hut... I jacked Isabelle up in the air with the camper attached and roped the camper to the carport. Then, I lowered Isabelle and there was this very heavy wooden camper hanging from the carport. You can see Big Ethel in the background:
I then used a combination of a jack and a come-along to pull the camper into the spot where Bobo's old playhouse was:
I put a better floor in it, and Bobo played in it for a few years. There were some birthday parties that leveraged it a bit.
This article caused me to put in the "rss" icon across Signal Q. It isn't really rss, but it functions the same, providing links to updated sites across Signal Q.
I found the exif tags in the pictures to figure out the exact date. I strip the tags back out again, because they take up a lot of space. The date on the tags line up with the third Saturday in September, 2010. I tried to post this on the third Saturday in September, 2020. I am in a similar state of mind, but I also have been spending quite a bit of time in Yellow the Hut, as I just put Bobo's old books in there, up in Mom's Attic. Another thing is that I was still taking pictures with the HTC-P4600, an HTC Fuze that I purchased in March 2009, running Windows Mobile. Until then I had a flip phone.