I'm trying to get under Tloml's Nissan to change oil and filter. Why do they put such tiny wheels on the new cars? Then there is a plastic tray so you can't get near the filter. I think I've got it figured but I wish I had followed through with the notion of digging a "Pit" in one of the bays in the shop - I'm too old for this crawling under cars but our mechanic is busy for a few days and the oil needs changing.
Where were the vendors hiding the meters?
Probably in a border town in Greece. If I showed interest in anything someone would call his brother-in- law and the item would be on it's way. It was a very "free market" way back then and I was responsible for a budget likely larger than that of the town I worked in. The locals noticed.
On the other hand it took me a few years to figure out what went on there. I'm still not sure.
It would be great if one of the folks I worked with there could find this blog and add some background (or foreground).
I had some phone numbers but things have changed
Venus was dimly visible to the eye
First time Pelican in these waters afaik