While most of you who don't live in the deep south probably look at the mid-winter as your indoor time, for me it's now. Well, say August and one or two weeks on either side, which can vary with the weather. Obviously, life goes on. We still go to the range, we still go fishing and all those other outdoors things, it's just that the best time to do these things is early in the morning, or in the case of fishing, overnight. If you're involved in outdoor sports, you know that the golden rule is to drink more than you think you should. As a cycling friend taught me: "drink before you're thirsty".
So I'm studying. I study machine shop practices, tricks and things to improve my work (like here). I'm studying details on building an acoustic guitar (like here), because I think that recent fix to my project guitar is going to become another project. And I'm studying precision shooting (one example) because, well, I want to become better. Really ought to get some fishing in, though.
Except for today. Today I sorted a box of mixed stainless steel hardware I got at a hamfest years ago for a couple of bucks per pound, and separated the pieces by size. Learning is more fun.