Haven't we all had "One of Those Days"? Here's a two day "One of Those Days" diary: Day #1: Scored some free wood from Craig's List. Brought home the first 1/2 cord late Friday night. First thing Saturday morning. I went out to the patio to move our riding lawnmower that is 'dedicated' with a snowblower attachment mounted on it. This was blocking access to our other riding mower that mows the lawn and pulls our small trailer around the yard. The trailer transports splits from our splitting area to our wood stacks. 1. The front tire on the rider #1 was flat. Okay, I cranked up the compressor and filled that tire. Luckily the hose from the compressor reached where that rider was parked. Moved rider #1 out of the way. 2. Started up rider #2 and moved that to the driveway. 3. Rear tire on rider #2 was almost flat. I had to take off the 45# wheel weight to get to the valve. 4. Somewhere, someone has invented the proper tool to get to the inside wall of a rider's rim. We, however, do not own that tool. Socket extensions are either to short or too long. 4. Eventually got the weight off. CAUTION: DO NOT drop a 45# weight on fingers or toes. 5. I inflated the tire but apparently I buggered up the threads on the wheel weight bolt and couldn't get the nut back on when I tried to re-install the wheel weight. 6. I determined it's not a good idea to run only one wheel weight, so I removed the second weight. "Who invented that tool?" again crossed my mind while I struggled getting the bolts off the second weight. 6. Got the splitter all set up. Checked gas/oil/hydraulic fluid in all equipment. Filled where/what was needed. 7. Went to get the trailer - both tires were flat. Inflated them. 8. Went to get our 'industrial' sized wagon which we use for 'uglies' - both tires were flat. Inflated them. Day #2: Picked up a second 1/2 cord. 1. Rear tire on rider #2 was low - again. Inflated that, again. 2. Both rear tires on the wagon were totally flat, again. Inflated them, again. IN CONCLUSION: We have a 'parts' rider that I'm going to swap out a rear tire for rider #2 - I might do both tires as the parts rider has better looking tires then I have to find a place that can install inner tubes for the rear tires on the wagon. BUT - We did get a cord of wood split and stacked this weekend. No........ there are no pictures........ I wasn't in the mood.