Where should I start? I came home from work last night with all good intentions. I did a multitude of projects and made great headway. Finished and few and will not start anymore projects was the goal. The Wife called and had a flat tire on the Honda Scooter. Off to get that and begin the repair. I called a dealer and they wanted $125. to replace the tire. They said that included the tire. I was about to bite and thought I can do that job. If I can frame off rebuild a CUCV I can change a Honda scooter tire. I YouTubed it and it was off in 15 minutes. The key was the 4 bolts holding the exhaust system on. I am currently waiting for a tire. I moved onto wood cutting. Remember I am by myself most of the time. I cut all the wood that was to long for the splitter and went on to sifting my goal of 2 - 5 gallon buckets of top soil. That is how I take care of my back. a little at a time. I went in the center bay and moved the 5 tires and wheels from Little Red into the back room. If I was still running an M1009 I would take them 1983 Goodyear Wrangler AT's up to Rausch Creek and send them out in a blaze of glory. Nothing finds the weakness in tires like hot highways and off road in rocky terrain. It would at least make them look like the belong on the scrap pile. They still have over 1/2 tread and are looking good. However only safe when parked. I moved onto getting the rear area sanded a bit and before I knew it, it was 8PM. Enough for 1 day that begins at 0400 dark. Chickens all away and into shower and rest. And here I am again today. It all works out. everything can not be completed in 1 day and don't need to be. Like an all you can eat buffet. 1 bite at a time gets it done. the main rule to learn is quit going back for more. It's there but keep focused on what is on your plate now. Good Luck and Be Safe. It's going to happen.