Sorry about the random Alaska picture.
I took this picture the other day in "broad" daylight on a drive. This is what mid-day sun looks like in Interior Alaska in November. The Ram keeps assuring me that in a month, we'll start gaining daylight. I don't say it, but I think "that means we'll be losing daylight for another month ... that means in two months, we'll be back to this amount of daylight ... that means it's getting worse ... before it gets better ..."
Now I love Alaska, and every place you live, you take the good with the bad, right?
Well, this is the bad. Makes the good much better!
So with this weather we are dealing with two very big motivators. It's freezing cold in the Momplex, and there's no light. We need to get that ceiling insulated pronto, so we can put heat in the Momplex to make working conditions better. And we need to finish up the electrical so we can stop babysitting a fussy generator (it's no fun to care for a generator that doesn't want to run in our cold temperatures - kinda like a baby that doesn't want to sleep when you got dishes to do and dinner to cook). With electrical in, it won't be so dark inside the Momplex, and we'll be able to just plug tools in to use them! It's going to be great!
First battle to fight?