A wall of antique tools. The sad thing is I recognize most of them.
It was a hot day today getting into the high 80s making me think about when I leave here in a few days I need to head north a little bit to try and beat the heat.
One of my plans was to go down the road about 5 miles to Rock Hound state Park, but as hot as it's been for the last few days I'm not sure if I want to do that or instead just head north.
It's still getting down into the 50s at night which is good sleeping weather but it's pretty chilly in the Arctic Fox when I wake up so I'll usually turn on the heat for an hour or so to take the chill off the room. But that bothers me because I know by one or two o'clock I'm going to have to start cooling the Arctic Fox down. I use to stay in bed till later in the morning and let the sun heat up the Arctic Fox but I've been waking up earlier than I normally use to do and it will be 50 something degrees in the Arctic Fox when I get up.
I think my sleeping habits are messed up because I went through two time changes in the last few days. One was when I want from Texas to New Mexico, that rolled the clock back one hour. And just as I was getting used to that I had to roll the clock ahead one hour when the time changed Sunday. If I had waited a few days to leave Texas I could've left all my clocks just like they were.
This struck me as kind of odd. It's a horse-drawn oil tank that was used to deliver oil to gas stations that would put the oil in cars and trucks. I guess they didn't trust a truck to deliver oil to the gas stations.
The museum had a whole room full of antique plates and dinnerware