7 Comments to “Dinner at the Old Mill”

  1. Steven Fisher

    Aug 29th, 2008

    Oh, man, can I mail you guys another pot or something? Actually, that’d be a pretty pathetic abuse of the postal system. Just try to find a used one somewhere, okay? :)

  2. Vicki

    Aug 29th, 2008

    Okay, I know you like cereal Cam, but really with all of your hard work you need to fuel up! Get a pot and eat up!!

  3. Martin

    Aug 30th, 2008

    hehe, I know you’re doing this on the cheap, but surely you’ve got some empty paint cans or even a propped-up plastic bag that could catch the rain instead?

    Last year we had water dripping into the basement through a crack in the stucco (wind-driven rain). I setup a piece of plastic to funnel the water into a piece of 90 degree drywall corner trim set on edge, which ran it 10′ across the room and into the laundry sink.

  4. Laura-Jane

    Aug 30th, 2008

    Lol, okay, okay, I exaggerated a tiny bit for dramatic effect, but the gist of it is true!

    Mostly, we were both just too lazy to head up into the attic and swap the pot out for another bucket. :)

  5. Steven Fisher

    Sep 7th, 2008

    Ah, so it was a combination of low pot count and end-of-day-can’t-be-bothered-ness? That’s all right, then. :)

  6. Laura-Jane

    Sep 7th, 2008

    Precisely! :)

  7. Sal

    Oct 11th, 2009

    I like the Title “Cornflakes for Dinner” as the title of your book.

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