If you, like me, have a Keurig Coffee machine, watch the level that the machine fills to - as the need for cleaning arises, the machine will provide less and less coffee for a specific level.
Cleaning a Keurig means running vinegar through it. Use vinegar to run a dozen or so large mugs of 'water' though the machine - pour the vinegar back into the reservoir. It will get warm, eventually, in the reservoir - but that's a good thing.
LM(Love Muffin) and I are considering a Fall trip to Rhode Island. To see the sea. To see the Fall changes in New England. To have fresh lobster.
Someone is coming to look at a bike tomorrow. Fingers crossed - LM has been less than pleased about the room my stuff takes up in the garage. One less.