Dug out the weed whacker, and it started pretty easily; I used up the string in it trying to trim the grass by the fence, and I'll have to find the rest of the string before I can do more. I don't remember the last time I started the thing, but it worked fine.
Also, I checked out Mrs. Fungus' motorcycle. It started as if it had been ridden this morning, despite not having been started since I took it for that little shakedown run in April. My motorcycle needs a new battery, which ain't happening this month. *sigh* I've got it on the trickle charger so at least I can take it for a spin once in a while. I'll let it charge overnight, and then it should have enough electrons in it for a week or two.
Tomorrow, before I do anything else, I'm taking a load to the recycler, mainly aluminum cans and scrap. Then I've got a few phone calls to make and some stuff I want to try hawking on Craigslist; once that's done, I'm going to dive into the Fiero's engine compartment and see what kind of sense I can make of it.
That, however, is tomorrow's to-do list.