I See The Light: Today was a day of light. After what seemed like weeks of dreary crap weather, Halloween's rain and high winds were followed today by sunlight and only gusty winds. Furthermore, today was the day a longstanding lighting problem was remedied. Early this morning I pulled out two of the three bikes out of the dim man cave so the electrician would have room to work. In my younger days, I'd have done the wiring myself, as I had done with all three of our previous homes. Now, however, I am slower and time is more valuable so we called in the pros to put multiple LED strips in each of the two of the car bays and quadruples in the motorcycle bay. We used the same company that was the electrical sub contractor on the carriage house build as it was one of the only two that didn't have screw-ups or leave us with problems. The lone electrician, Rich, was in by 8:00 AM and out by 3:00 When the original house was built, folks didn't think garages needed much light (i.e., a single 100 watt bulb) and florescent lights were not practical in cold weather. The advent of LED strips and code allowance of wire molding makes it quick and easy to add a lot of lights to your garage and man cave.