Clicking the pics will make you say; good grief, another flower picture?
This morning it became obvious that the little bronco is seeking a new home. The little critter served me well for most things I asked it to do. It took me into the high lonesome during the summer, and kept me warm and dry. It went searching for the deadly Sandhill Cranes in southern Colorado, and brought me safely home. And most of all it took me places the Arctic Fox would fear to tread.
But the little bronco was not designed to be lived in, and yet that's what I asked it to do, and it performed surprisingly well to the point that had I not bought the Lance, I would've taken the little bronco back to the desert with me next fall, instead of the Arctic Fox.
I'll miss the little bronco, it gave me all it had, but all it had was not enough. So I hope its new owner won't judge the little bronco by what it can't do, but by the things it can do really well.
I've been concentrating on the Lance camper today and have still failed to get the electric cord from the truck to the camper wired up properly. This has been a real problem, and I'm growing weary of messing with it. But it's the first thing that must be fixed because I can't go anywhere without turn signals or brake lights on the Lance.
I tried to raise the Lance a little bit yesterday, but I found the house battery in the Lance very low at 11.9 volts which wasn't enough to power the electric jacks, so I carried the battery over to the Arctic Fox, and I'm charging it now. I'm used to having campers with solar panels on the roof to keep the battery charged, but of course, the Lance doesn't have solar panels leaving nothing to keep the battery charged, so it has nowhere to go but down.
The previous owner had a generator, so he did not need solar panels. Fortunately, he kept the generator since pictures of it looked like a contractor generator, and you know how I feel about those.
I apologize for talking about the RVs all the time. At the moment, they're taking up all my time and energy, and since I have a one-track mind, it's really difficult for me to be concerned or even interested in anything else. Especially when you consider the Lance will probably be my home until I can no longer drive safely.... Which some people think should be early next week.
But I'll be back to normal, or at least what passes as normal for me, someday this summer, hopefully, sooner than later. Because I enjoyed my mobility in the bronco last winter, I can't wait to move into the Lance and have that same mobility without the problems of a pop-up camper.