ChipWits Recruiting and Snowlocked Cabin
We got some great candidates for both producer and programmer so I shut down recruiting. We are going to take our time talking to them and deciding. I look forward to introducing the new ChipWits team.
Having these great candidates takes a huge weight off my shoulders because I know ChipWits is going to be in good hands.
The last few days have been productive for the Hel’s Bet rewrite. I am reading through a paper prinout – 650 pages! – with a red pen scribbling edits. I’m cutting a lot of dross, which feels great.
The Pad is now snowlocked for the winter! I tried to get up the snow-packed hill once too often:
Brook helped me haul the car out and suggested I might want to give up on the hill for the season.
Good call. Part of the fun of living at The Pad is getting snow-locked and sledging in supplies and sledging out laundry and trash.
I got a great new sledge this year:
It’s deeper and sturdier than my orange sledge from last winter.
I buckled my belly band to my waist and let the dogs out the gate:
It’s 200 yards to the car:
When I got back from my laundry run I took the dogs for a walk:
Ogre Island looked grim:
I love my little slice of Earth.