There’s no better way to spend a gorgeous workday than walking the jobsite. Sun shining, breeze blowing, hardhat wearing. Well, the hardhat wearing wasn’t ideal, but it brought back good memories of being an early twenty-something-year-old working out on site.
The project manager and superintendent took me on a grand tour of a hospital project we’re building in Austin. We climbed up a million uber tiny stairs to get to the roof, where stood small among mounts for future solar panels. Lots and lots of future solar panels.
After the tour we headed to… Chili’s, which also brought back memories of working on site. Somehow, no matter which job I was on, there was nothing but a darn Chili’s nearby. I ordered what seemed like the only non-fried option on the menu, the caribbean salad. It was surprisingly good! Unfortunately, I was hungry about an hour later and mounged on leftover pizza from the work fridge. Which again, brought me straight back to jobsite memory lane.