New user to this forum, but I just wanted to give my thanks for j'ordos and others who have made these X-Com Apocalypse modding tools available. It is such a great asset to breathe life into a game I still enjoy after over a decade of on and off play.
Yeah, Zombie, I've heard about the, shall we say, logistics issues that are hampering things on your side of the pond.
Can't say we're not struggling with containment problems of our own, what with medical personnel pushed to their limits, rushed vaccination of risk groups, ambulances lining up at hospital entrances waiting to be allowed in, running out of room for both the ailing and those already lost, and to top it all off, somehow dealing with the recently surfaced new strains of the thing making the rounds all over the globe.
Big pharma is already talking about the development of "boosters" to properly tackle the latest variants, so, overall, I can absolutely agree it's not a pretty picture, to put it mildly, no matter where we happen to be.
I guess ultimately there's only so much we can do on a personal level really, being responsible in our behaviour, to remain safe and ensure the safety of others to an extent, with or without governmental intervention. If we can do that we'll at least have contributed to the solution instead of adding to the problem.
Just do your bit, keep your wits about you and take care, Zombie.
No cold snap can capture Zombie's greenhouse - snow and ice will slide real nice and no cause shall there be to even grouse.
Marketing aside, it's great to see it in such good shape still. It shows how good of a job you actually did overall.
Even without any pics to show for it (for the obvious reason stated) you shone a light all the same on the overall issue of lighting and even paying for an electrician to deal with some of it won't moot the long term benefits in terms of costs.
I see you're still flexing those caulking skills to good effect too, successfully countering the way of the exploding fists!
Business-wise, I can only hope you don't stay boxed in overmuch, as the "bug" spreading hasn't really abated and repeated lockdowns - over on this end at least - are expected to easily last for well over another month.