Thanks all for the compliments.
Yea, this is one of the Oregon Scientific atomic clock units, so it'll change automatically with daylight savings time, and it has weather trends . . . so hopefully
Lynne and I will be able to anticipate the weather.
Oh, and Lynne doesn't think I hung the moon. Just that it's my job to fix it if it ever goes out.
Yup, it's a spice rack. Here is the topic about how it is made (and a related oddball story I wrote):
New Magnetic Spice Rack (How-To & "Power of Magnetic Healing):
Oh, right. I should have mentioned that in my first post. The remote sensor is held in place by both double-sided foam tape and a tightly wrapped zip-tie. The foam tape attaches the battery
compartment door to the frame of the trailer, so to get the sensor off you have to remove the zip-tie and slide it off the battery door. (Now I'll go back and edit my post, too.)
No back light
on this unit . . . all the back-lit units seem to require a 110v plug, something our solar-powered electrics don't provide, but our LED trailer lighting
keeps the inside very well lit so that's not a problem.