It rained enough last night that the grass is too wet to mow today, so instead we're going up to the Oregon Electric Railway Museum in Brooks, where Lisa and I are members, and then on to Fry's. The hard drive in one of Lisa's computers has died. We will buy the smallest laptop hard drive we can get, as anything large is a waste on such an old laptop. Getting it installed and an OS installed on that old machine is likely to be a challenge, because it does not have an Ethernet port and therefore cannot be easily connected to the Internet. That means an OS installation requires activation by telephone, and we had nothing but grief from Microsoft the last time we did that.
I am feeling much better, although I can still feel the pieces of the cold in my chest. Unfortunately for me, most colds have a tendency to move into my chest and form chronic bronchitis for up to a month. It's a consequence of being just slightly asthmatic. No sprinting for me.