Some people are born to click the pics, and some have the clicks thrust upon them.
I see camper vans everywhere I go nowadays, but I'm seeing less and less homemade camper vans and more and more of these pretty expensive factory built vans. And a lot of them have morphed into small class "C's," which I believe are called "B pluses" or "super Bs".
There's still not much relaxing time for me since getting ready to hit the road for the winter is always a busy time. And this season, it's way worse because I'm trying to get the Arctic Fox prepared to deal with the cold winter weather when it's left behind in Denver, and get the bronco ready to pretend it's a full-time live-aboard RV as it travels around the Southwest.
One of my biggest complaints about the bronco during my San Luis Valley mini-vacation last week was the factory furnace thermostat. I had to change out the analog factory thermostat on the Arctic Fox before it would work correctly. Changing it to a digital thermostat made all the difference in keeping the Arctic Fox comfortable in the cold.
When I switched to a propane radiant heater in the Arctic Fox and stopped using the factory furnace, the radiant heater made such a huge difference in my comfort level that I forgot all about how great the digital thermostat worked that I installed in the Arctic Fox, since the propane radiant heater had its own thermostat.
So anyway, I ordered a digital thermostat from Amazon, and it should be here tomorrow. Once I hook that up, so the broncos factory furnace will keep me comfortable, then when I'm on the road, I'll spend some time using my "Little Buddy" heater and see if it will work out as a replacement for the factory furnace.
Sandhill Cranes flying overhead in formation, I think this is called the missing birds formation.
The only Sandhill Crane that I spotted less than 100 yards from me.
Mom and Pop Goose take their two goose-lings out for a paddle. Being ever vigilant of the Alligators that may be lurking in the cattails.