Today was my fourth consecutive duty shift spent roving. We just got new orange security vests, so everybody's been commenting how bright they are. It was a hot and humid day and the sun was out, so I had to break out my "skin armor" - the tube of SPF 50 sunblock I reserve for absolute necessities. I am, after all, a pale-ass white dude. Not so pale anymore, but still pretty white. I thought the SPF 15 stuff I got from boot camp would do the trick, but no.
The quality of the rove experience is heavily influenced by how well the partners get along. Today I had perhaps the best partner since I've been on the watchbill. It was a good time, except for my feet killing me in the last hour.
I'll have internet in my room by Friday. Why it takes Comcast three business days to flip a bloody switch, I'll never understand, especially given I saw a Comcast truck on site today.