Mostly out of frustration from the cold weather turning my hands into useless flippers, I took my Bronco in to the shop. It turns out that the only mechanic within 20 miles of where I live only has open flames for heat in his garage. Since he isn't too keen on catching on fire, this means he has to turn the heat off to work on fuel problems. His current plan is to try and jury rig things so the choke is just wide open and see if it still starts. One or the other of us will fix it properly when it's a bit warmer out.
Back when my uncle was still alive (seriously, watch your cholesterol folks) I'd go work on crap like this at his brake shop during the Winter. Maybe I'll get a garage built some day.
Mrs. Z's Volvo also decided it doesn't want to go forward anymore today (reverse still works). Hopefully the problem is relatively simple. If it's more than say $1500 to fix I'm probably just going to buy her another car.
On a more positive note I found a place to park the BMW where it doesn't get stuck. Having 400 ft/lb of torque at the wheels in a small car means that it likes to dig holes when there's no traction. I'm getting studded tires on Monday, so getting stuck on ice won't be a thing for much longer.
I'm actually starting to get some of the workspaces set up here, finally. I have several projects I'd like to work on, but I lack the proper facilities. Once I have all this stuff set up I'll probably post something.