Thanks, Mike. We love the place and it is our 4th home. We have been here longer than any other one (21 years) and even though it is too big for two people, taxes are a killer and there is a lot of landscape maintenance, we cannot bring ourselves to part with it. Our next move is into the urn.Nice Job Rocky, and from those pics your home and yard look absolutely beautiful.
Are those home-grown veggies for your salsa?
If you can describe a trial you want, I have plenty of meters and test strips in the house. The meters aren't expensive, it's the test strips that get expensive. I believe we just moved to a new series of meters (every meter uses a different test strip), I'd send you one but I highly doubt it would ever get through customs since the strips, or at least they used to, required a valid prescription to purchase.After washing the windows with the telescopic thingie I spend the bulk of my day researching and thinking through the issues relevant to using a blood glucose diabetic monitoring device to measure residual sugar post fermentation. These devices aren’t too expensive on auction sites and I am becoming frustrated trying to buy a range of accurate narrow range hydrometers for accurate measurement of SG and Brix. I think I have cracked it (theoretically) and will keep everyone updated - assuming everything is measurable and repeatable.