I went over to Manitou Lake this morning, which is right next door to the campground, and took a few pictures. There was a dozen or so people fishing but I didn't see anyone catching anything. It's been a while since they stocked the lake and I think it's about due in fact they might stock it tomorrow to get it ready for the weekend crowd that will be here. The campground host told me that this campground has been full every weekend since Memorial Day.
Most of my day was spent putting taillights on my motorcycle carrier and moving the trailer tag from the back of the trailer to the motorcycle carrier. It seemed like a pretty easy job and living in my house it would have been. But living in the trailer I no longer have a garage full of nuts and bolts and screws and pieces of wood and stuff like that. So now every time I have a small project I have to go to a hardware store and buy every single piece that I will need for the project instead of just using leftovers and scraps from other projects.
Pike National Forest at Manitou Lake
Tomorrow I'm going to go down to Colorado Springs and get a few tools from Harbor Freight. I know, I know, Harbor Freight tools aren't exactly Snap-on's, or Mac. But for light jobs and limited use like I do now they work just fine and they cost probably one fourth of what good tools cost. I mainly need a metric socket set and metric wrench set for the motorcycle.