Oh the joys of craftsmanship. Above is the new subpanel I installed in the basement. I upgraded and expanded the electrical in my husband's workshop for his birthday. The existing system was very not-to-code. Aluminum wiring, bonded neutral, uncovered receptacles, things like that... anyway, it's so fun to do something like add switches and outlets, flip the breaker on and have it work! A little good news... Hillary gets to be shown in the Blue Line Gallery (Roseville) for the 32nd Annual Open Show. Yay! It was juried by Phil Linhares who is the chief curator at the Oakland Museum. The show runs for the month of September. I hope they don't stick poor Hillary in a corner or break her, like they did my last piece I had there. Kate and I took our pieces to the county fair. I'll be playing recorder there on Sunday in a quartet and will have a chance to look at what else was submitted and the public's reaction to it all. I plan to start my mask for the SMUD show soon. All these little bits of exposure add up to something, I'm sure of it.