I went to Walmart this morning and bought a few groceries and on the way back I washed my truck. The truck definitely needed it but I drive on so many dirt roads washing it seems like a waste of time and money because it gets dirty again so quick.
I also filled up a propane tank on the way back and it cost me $3.05 a gallon. That's right up there with one of the highest prices I've ever paid for propane. And it wasn't from some off-the-wall little place either, it was a propane dealer with giant propane tanks in the yard and propane delivery trucks Sitting around. I thought this place would be cheap because they looked like the kind of place that delivers propane to the places where I normally buy propane. Maybe there's cheaper places to buy propane in T or C but this place was right on the road to Walmart and it looked like it was a big time dealer. Oh well live and learn, I wrote in my logbook not to go there anymore.
I've been looking at the weather up in Denver and it looks like it's pretty decent there right now so I'll probably be heading back there when my two weeks are up here at the Elephant. By living in the mountains as long as I did I got used to the weather being pretty chilly until the middle of May, and having it snow on Easter was pretty common. But I tend to forget that Denver is out in the plains and not in the mountains so Summer arrives a lot earlier than I'm used to.
what I mean by "heading back" is, instead of going someplace and sitting around for a week or two just killing time like I'm doing now. I will be kind of boondocking from Walmart to Walmart making short drives everyday that will get me back to Denver in a week or so. I'm still in no hurry but it's starting to get hot here and I think some cooler temperatures would be nice.