SWMBO suggested that it would be desirable to get it running.
The problem was on the controls side. It is running now but I am not 100% sure what fixed it. I thought I had it running several times. "Watch this!" and then nothing happened.
The last "fix" was to tighten all of the screws in the bus bar beneath the furnace. I chased the intermittent low voltage (15V instead of 24V) all the way from the compressor which is outside to the furnace.
I lost a little bit of street cred with the false hopes but everything is good now that we have 58 degree Fahrenheit air pouring out of the vents.
|The support for the pole beans is up. That is the green snow fence. The cucumbers and melons are planted and the livestock panels are up to support them. I planted Tasty Jade and Eureka cucumbers, Sarah's Choice cantaloupe and a Japanese watermelon called Hime Kasen that is reputed to have up to 13% sugar. That is, it is very sweet.
|Those woodchucks leave mighty big tracks! Actually, the Captain's cattle got out and walked through the garden. One heifer can eat a lot of newly sprouted green beans.
|Some Bur Oak seedlings sprouting up in the tree nursery.