I'm sure the little Bronco would appreciate its pics being clicked as it awaits its uncertain future.
Rocky Mountain Columbine. The schoolchildren of Colorado voted for this to be the state flower in 1891, and so it remains.
I ordered my new trailer tag for the Arctic Fox from the DMV on the Internet yesterday, so I should get that in about a week. Getting the trailer tag is easy; no proof of insurance required, no emission test, all I have to do is send them some money. I wish getting a new tag for the truck was that easy.
Inside a fenced-in area at my daughter's house is where I park the little Bronco camper for the winter, and I never paid much attention to it before, but that area is pretty level. So after turning on the refrigerator and giving it about three hours, the refrigerator temperature was down to 37°, which is where I like it.
No, it wasn't much of a test because the high-temperature yesterday was only about 60°, but at least it shows things are working right, and with Wednesday's high temperature suppose to be about 80° that will be a much better test, but right now I have to say, so far so good.
If I'm going to live in the little Bronco for more than a week, I will have to do something about the kitchen stove. I have to light the stove with a match which I find pretty annoying, so I'm going to have to find a Piezo Spark Igniter to mount on my stove, so I don't have to depend on a lit match.
I imagine there's going to be a lot of things I want to change on the little Bronco camper if I decide to travel in it this winter, but I probably won't think of most of them until I get a chance to take a minivacation in the little Bronco one of these days. There's nothing like spending a week in it to point out problems and shortcomings that will drive you crazy after a few months.
This is where the little Bronco spends its winter, safely locked behind a fenced in area beside my daughter's garage where it can't even be seen when the top is down.
Fortunately there's several bicycles stored behind the little Bronco so there's someone there to talk to. Although I can't imagine what a camper and a bicycle would have to discuss.