Somewhere along the line I missed a picture. So, here is a bonus picture from before the land was completely frozen over - just a little frozen over. I will try to upload pictures more often, so I can better keep track of the days!
This is the Contemporary Jewish Museum, which got a lot of press because of the crazy shape of the building. I have to say that it is a bit strange. But, it is tucked out of the way, so few people randomly encounter this side of the museum. Too bad.
Stupid thing to do: when you total your car and save your brand new rims and tires, don't try to use them on your new (to you) car. Even if they are the same size. The big problem is that the lug nuts are not designed for the rims. Since one car is (sort of ) American and one car is (definitely) Japanese, so the lug nuts are all the wrong size. Well, this might not be right, but the threads were wrong, so I couldn't use the right lug nuts. Anyways, the wheels almost came off the car. Nice. Don't tell my wife.
Crab Mama wanted shelves in the "bike closet", so we went to Lowes and searched around for some shelves. We looked around but didn't see anything that we liked, but we found a bunch of scrap lumber - two boards for 10 cents each and two for 25 cents each. It took me a couple of hours to cut down the wood and put everything together, but they should each hold a couple of hundred pounds. Pretty good for 70 cents.
When we got out of the meeting, it was dar already (5:00), so we couldn't get any good pictures. This one sucks, but it shows roughly how many bikes are parked in the bike parking lot. There are about 5 rows of these bikes, and then a bunch more on the side of the road. I will try for a better picture tomorrow morning.