Normally, in garrison in the Army, Monday’s are devoted to “motor stables” where the vast majority of the company heads to the motor pool and performs weekly Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services on the vehicles and associated equipment. Check the fluid levels, look for rust, loose nuts and bolts, leaks, and update the maintenance records. If any parts on back order have come in, have the maintenance team apply them. Hey, if you want a Bradley or Humvee to last for 25 years or more, you have to take care of it.
I tend to try to do the same thing here at home, with a car, truck and golf cart that require a wee bit of care to keep running. But yesterday was the great bi-monthly battle of the hedge (I trimmed the damn thing down to stumps), so today will have to pretend it is Monday.
And since I’m doing all that fun stuff, I’m not spending a lot of time blogging.