All the travel, holidays, and other interruptions are gone now so I can get back to the weekly reports. June is running nice and quiet with little going on. The only unusual expense was some software I needed for Fritter Hosting. I thought I was going to have to shell out some more for other software but it appears I found some free workarounds to do what I need to do.
Not much happening on the island now as this is more of a slow time of the year tourist wise. The heat keeps most people up north and there won’t be a whole lot going on until Lobster season kicks in at the end of July.
Construction has started on North Roosevelt. Truman Avenue eastbound from White to Eisenhower is now blocked off. West bound is still open and the sidewalk is passable. They have concrete barriers up and a load of storm drain to put in. So the madness starts. You can detour either by using Virginia or go all the way south to Flagler…That is if you are in a vehicle. On a bike, it don’t matter. Truman ain’t a good street to ride on anyways so it’s just another excuse to take the scenic route through the back streets of Old Town.
Fritter Hosting should be back up to speed on Monday. I’m not sure I will have everything done but I got the big stuff out of the way. The rest I can do with the site up.
Here is the weekly chart: