Emriver to NY State, the Em4 takes shape.

Emriver to NY State, the Em4 takes shape.

Jesse and I worked on the Em4’s control cart today. It’ll hold the main pump, flowmeters, valves, UV sterilizer, and a few other things. Still a big pile of expensive hardware, but soon it’ll be a very nice instrument. Jesse has done a great job on...

Em4 design and build.  And blogging.

Em4 design and build. And blogging.

I finished a lot of admin things today and sent out some invoices for consulting. Just cranked. I’d like to say it was satisfying. It is very interesting, always. My typical day now is like a very busy day at the old home office I had for 16 years, and a very...

An amazing Friday.

An amazing Friday.

In the last six months of running LRRD I’ve learned to endure dark days. Like yesterday, a day of researching pumps. Yes, pump research. How many amps? How many liters/hour in a gallon/minute? I spent four hours correcting, and then explaining to other people, a...

Carbondale locked in ice, more consulting work.

Carbondale locked in ice, more consulting work.

I sent off our ad for the back cover of the Journal of Geoscience Education today. We had perhaps a record number of Emriver inquiries today–our second ad in the J. of Soil and Water Conservation is out. But some of these came from a mailing we sent in November....

We do science.

We do science.

First a photo of the lunar eclipse last night, through the trees at our house–on one of the few clear nights we’ve seen lately. We have a lot going on, it’s good time to list it. Cara and I got to be scientists today–answering some complex...