I've still got a few things to do before I'm ready to camp in the little Bronco. If It hadn't been so hot, I had been more ambitious, I didn't put things off till the last minute, and I wasn't so lazy I would've finished it already.
It's getting so describing my days are pretty straightforward. I do a few things to the little Bronco camper early in the morning before it gets too hot. Then I sit around trying to stay cool till late afternoon when it cools down enough to do a few more things to the little Bronco. That pretty much describes my day.
This morning was particularly frustrating. Late yesterday afternoon, I got my rear-view camera on the little Bronco hooked up, so it was working correctly. Then this morning I hopped in the truck.... Okay, I didn't exactly hop. I sort of slowly pulled myself into the truck accompanied by numerous grunts, groans, and my joints sounding like a castanet solo....But when I turned on my rear-view camera that's mounted on the back of the little Bronco, it didn't work.
I spent the entire cool part of this morning checking everything imaginable before finding a loose ground where the monitor grounds to the truck. It wasn't disconnected, which would've been easy to find it was just loose enough to work or not work, depending on which way the wire was wiggled. I think I spend more time re-fixing things I've fixed than I did fixing them to start with.
Just this morning I saw on the Internet that the Supreme Court just gave all of the eastern part of Oklahoma including Tulsa to a Native American tribe and all that land is now reservation. It ought to be interesting to watch how all that shakes out. Will Tulsa become the new Las Vegas? This has set what lawyers call a precedent. Will the United States have to give back land we took from Mexico? WIll the Mexicans have to give back land they took from the Spanish? Where does it end?
Is it just me or does anybody else feel like our country is falling apart right before our eyes?