The whole day today was gray and drizzly and I don't think I got any charging from my solar panels at all. Which is kind of strange because normally even on cloudy days I get some charging so these clouds must've been very thick.
The last few days I've been having to work on business stuff which for me normally means paperwork. When I had a home office it was no big deal but here in the Arctic Fox I have to put my little bitty portable printer, and my little bitty portable scanner on the floor and hook them up to my laptop with wires going everywhere. I know I shouldn't have to hook them up that way but I've never been able to get them to work with Bluetooth the way my home office equipment would.
But I think I'm done now, I went to a local bank and had some stuff notarized and then FedExed what I hope is the last of the paperwork out this morning. So now I'm free again to get back to doing things that I enjoy and living life the way it was meant to be lived.... My way.
After lunch I drove to the part of Amistad Lake where the two bridges are and did a little fishing. I didn't catch anything but I was so happy to be doing something I wanted to do it didn't really matter. I took a couple of pictures while I was there, and since the weather was so dark and gloomy I made the pictures look that way to.
Tomorrow I think everything will be back to normal and I can start working on my maintenance and DIY projects again. I noticed this morning on the way into town that my trucks brakes are starting to sound a little rough. I can't believe they've lasted this long, they are the original factory brakes and they have over 150,000 miles on them, so I certainly can't complain if it's time for some new brakes. theboondork