I started the day taking the gyro out in the smoke - I was hoping to fly before it got really bad, but the visibility was awful. I did a few manoeuvres, then headed over to the river to see if things were better there. They weren't, but I could smell the burning from the fires. After a vertical descent, I found an inversion layer at ~750', when I got cold - that's not helping with the smoke. There was another guy out there, so we circled around each other at a respectful distance, and then I headed back to Lincoln. The wind had got up to almost 10mph down the runway, so I managed to land at 13mph groundspeed :o)
I cooked lunch for ~30 people - Scott sold the last lunch I was cooking for myself on 3 occasions, so I ended up with a piece of bacon and a cookie - I couldn't be bothered to get another frozen burger out and start cooking again.
I went home, where we had an early dinner and watched "Rampage" and a series of 80s pop-culture moments mashed into a movie - "Ready Player One" :o)