|Just one TD of 83! Way to go Montee!|
I returned to work for one week only to be told we were going "black" for the next seven weeks. Furloughs make it very difficult to use earned vacation time off!
It was during this time we were also being "out-sourced" to Oliphant Golf Management Company. I wasn't sure I would have a job, so why Blog about speculation? I was offered and accepted employment with them and anxious to get started.
Karen and I attended the Golf Industry Show in San Diego. I wasn't planning on going but I was notified that I would be recognized for my 25 years of certification. I didn't get a "gold" watch, mine was "silver!" A very nice dress-up watch to wear when we go out on the town or to church.
|Class of 1987!|
Not much of a problem, however it took me ELEVEN days to finish the installation and programming! I had to build a back mounting plate to mount the button as this button combination was much larger than the old button. I didn't like the first one and built a second. Karen was impressed with the fact that her new doorbell button was illuminated. I didn't have the nerve to tell her that the little light bulb fell out of the button on one of my wiring attempts. There is a diode that you are to hook up to separate the sounds for the front and back doors. Technical support told me to reverse the diode to make things work. Didn't. I thought for sure the bulb fell into the snow, when I turned to look for it, I crushed it under foot! ARRGH! Broan did send me a new bulb free of charge. It works, the doorbell works and I'm finished playing with it. BTW, It's programmed to play "Hot Time." That is the song the Badger Band plays after every touchdown. Go Badgers!