Sunset at the San Pedro Boondocking area Del Rio Texas.
It was a good day today, the weather was great, and I did a couple of motorcycle projects that I've been meaning to do for a while.
My Yamaha WR450 as it came from the factory is choked up, bottled up, hogtied, and purposely made not to run well, if not barely run at all. All of that just so they can sell the thing in California and pass all of their loony tune rules and regulations.
So today I completed the final piece of the puzzle to get rid of all of the California legal junk so the bike will finally run the way it was designed to. I'm not sure how much of a difference this current change will make because I've been getting rid of the California stuff ever since I bought it. But the folks that have done all of the changes in one day say it's like getting out of a Honda Civic and getting into a Corvette. Even though I've done the changes I haven't finished putting the bike back together yet because some real-world business stuff came up that kept me on the computer for a while. But tomorrow we shall see.
There's been a few people coming and going at the campground most folks will stay a day or two and then leave. I think a lot of them aren't set up to boondock more than a day or two, but the most I've seen here at one time has been four campers plus me.
I re-upped for five more days at the San Pedro Boondocking area, there's a two-week stay limit here, but I'm liking it here so I'm hoping I can maybe slip through the cracks and they'll forget I'm here. I'm getting a lot accomplished here and I'm not sure why, could be the weather, could be I've become a highly motivated, goal oriented, workaholic..... naw that ain't it..... it's the weather.
The road bridge, and the railroad bridge at the Amistad national recreation area
I'm standing under the road bridge looking at the other end