Clicking the pics is my favorite low impact exercise.
Sighted on the way back from Guffey. If you have a hankering to live in a nice, quiet, peaceful place with no annoying neighbors. Or just looking for a tranquil residence to self isolate this might be just the house you've been looking for. Plenty of room to roam, deer and elk in the yard, social distancing not a problem, and the view is tolerable.
In the last couple of days, I've been doing some minor projects in the little Bronco camper. Whenever I spend the night in it, I always come up with something else to do to make it fit my lifestyle better.
On this latest camping trip because of the weather and the bugs, I spent more time inside the little Bronco than I usually would have. I discovered that the light coming in the windows was often glaring on my computer screen while I was trying to fix the pictures I had just taken in a futile attempt to make them less embarrassing. And this was happening even with the factory shades pulled down.
Keeping in mind that the little Palomino Bronco is probably the cheapest pop-up slide-in camper made. The window shades do little or nothing to keep the sun out of your eyes. So I thought I would cut some pieces of Reflectix to fit the window and slide it behind the pull-down factory window shades to completely block out the sun. And it would be easy to move it out of the way when I wanted to see out the window.
But unfortunately, my supply of Reflectix is in my storage room about 90 miles away from where I'm located in Denver, and I didn't want to buy any. So I found one of those thin blue foam camper mats that Walmart sells for a couple of dollars that I had leftover from my tent camping days a while back and cut pieces of that to fit the windows.
I think that actually worked out better than the Reflectix would. The foam was stiffer and much easier to slide in and out between the window and the factory shades, and It stays in place without me having to attach it to anything.
I wouldn't call it the most elegant solution to the problem by any stretch of the imagination. Still, it works great, didn't cost me anything, and didn't take long to do so I could get back to what I'm best at, staying out of the sun and relaxing in my easy chair.
The Hawk and the Hummingbird are having a discussion as to who this pole belongs to. My experience with Hummingbirds is the Hawk won't be there much longer.