I broke my thermometer a while ago and went to get a replacement last night. I was in a hurry as I had a bus to catch so I went into a local home made wine supplies shop where I bought the last thermometer.
I found one, paid for it and left.
On the bus on the way home I had a look at it and it would appear tha I picked up a hygrometer instead!
I'm going to have to make some more wine now to get some use from it!
Does this qualify as a freudian slip?
A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral.
No, a Freudian slip is worn under a Jungian skirt.
My question is: Does one buy a Freudian Slip at Victoria's Secrets or Friedrick's of Hollywood?
Nikon F2a (semi-retired), Nikon 28mm, Sigma 500mm f8, Vivitar Series I 70-210 zoom
2 Nikon N90s one 70 - 300 AF Macro, one 100 - 300 AF)
Nikon N90 w/ 100 - 300 AF lens, 24-50 AF, 35-70 AF
Mamiya C220 80mm f2.8, 180mm f4.5, 135mm f4.5, 65mm f6.5
Three Sony Mavica Digital cameras, and a Fuji FinePix S2800HD I got after the partner died.. HP Photosmart E327
and some Bushnell Binoculars with digit camera built in.
Omega Super Chromega C-700 6X7 enlarger with 50mm and 80mm lens
It is better to check them against a mixture of water and ice. Make sure that the ice and water have equilibrated. Good thermometers will have a line showing where the liquid should reach. By using ice the temperature is not dependent on altitude.