Not a Stink Bug. It is longer and narrower than the brown marmorated stink bug. This Western Conifer Seed bug was on one of my indoor Strawberry plants. Even though it is vegetarian, I let it spend the rest of the winter outdoors. The indoor spiders are not big enough to deal with it.
Daily Electric Energy Used (65 kWh) from Sense and Daily Solar Electric Energy Produced (19 kWh) from SolSystems and Locus Energy. Cloudy. A deficit of 46 kWh. Some of the hydroponic gardens are still off.
It is getting warmer. I actually started opening windows, and kept them open last night. It is great to air out the house after a long winter. On the down side, the large stink bugs have started coming out of hibernation. Maybe, I should have left the spider inside the house. In addition to the Stink Bugs, I also have Western Conifer Seed Bugs (thanks to Chris Mallory for the ID). Apparently, these also have a reputation to be stink bugs, but at least they are not the blood sucking Triatominae (which look similar)