Back in the spring, Mesquite Hugger projects were going strong. The exercycle garden pump was coming together (very slowly), the local version of the CCL was being reborn, and I had been invited to talk about electric vehicles at a rally for science. Along with that, the garden plan was coming together and the pieces to build a pretty sweet electric bike and an electric scooter were stacking up in the garage. Things were looking really good.
But there wasn't much balance elsewhere in my life. The house was falling apart, the vehicles were falling apart, work was suffering, and (most important) my family was suffering.
So I backed off from the MH stuff and the DIY stuff and have tried to focus on matters closer to home.
In the meantime, the blog has devolved into an electric bicycle ad with occasional forays into other MH areas. And my small attempts at DIY projects have all gone very badly. Mesquite Hugger just ain't what it used to be.
So, it's time to stop putting energy into the blog and to put that energy into living better and pedaling more. This will be the last post.
Thank you to each of you who has spent time reading this blog and to each of you who is working and fighting to make the world a healthier, friendlier place. Keep up the great work!
May you be blessed in all of your eco-friendly ventures and may you find a joyful balance in your own life.