I decided not to go to Tombstone today because my backup cameras are supposed to arrive today and I'm not sure if they will be brought to my campsite or delivered to the office so I figured I'd better hang around the RV park just in case.
I've been spending some time the last few days working on the little Beta's motorcycle seat. I've got the foam glued together and I've cut the foam to the approximate shape it needs to be and now I have to shape it with a 50 grit sandpaper desk attached to my angle grinder.
Shaping it with the angle grinder is going to be noisy and messy with foam dust flying everywhere so it needs to be done outside. But Escapees has some pretty strict rules about working on things outside that are applied most harshly to the folks staying in drycamping as opposed to the people that live here permanently. And since I want to stay on everybody's good side it looks like I will have to put off, which by the way I'm very good at, working on the motorcycle seat or installing my backup cameras until I get to a more suitable location.
Pot Man, Benson Escapees RV Park
The current condition of the little Beta 250s motorcycle seat