Blogging delay – Sunburst is going “green”
Our normal blogging schedule is being being temporarily interrupted as we break ground for the installation of solar panels to provide electricity for both our office and our home.
A local company – Independent Power, LLC out of Hyde Park, VT is doing the work.
Everyone arrive this morning at 8 a.m. and it’s been a steady stream of work, people, and equipment all day long.
The initial groundbreaking happened at approximately 8:30 a.m. and I missed the first scoop of dirt to be removed by minutes.
Here they are placing the 2nd pole to hold the panels.
I totally missed the cement truck that came to fill the sauna tubes 🙁
But, here is everything put somewhat back together.
Now all we have to do is wait for the cement to cure and the panels to arrive.
Tomorrow we’ll be back to our regular blog post – continuing with our overview of the unsupported transaction types in the new QuickBooks Balance Sheet by Class report and the inability to assign multiple classes to a single paycheck.
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