Plomosa Road slithers towards the distant mountain range that lends the road its name
Today I did some more research on changing my Verizon phone plan from the 30 gigs of data that I have now over to the unlimited data plan that Verizon came out with fairly recently.
The unlimited plan seems like a no-brainer until you read the fine print where all of the little devils reside. And then you find out that throttling raises its ugly head, particularly with the hotspot data which is what I use 99 percent of the time.
I still haven't made up my mind what I'm going to do because I'm still experimenting with watching movies on my phone and transferring them to the television with an HDMI cable. And doing the same thing with one of my desktop monitors. Oddly enough even though both of those things work just fine I can't get my phone to show up on my laptop's monitor I guess I haven't figured out what button to push yet.
Looking at my holding tank levels I'm probably going to have to move to an LTVA sometime next week. Yes I could pay to dump my tanks in town, but if I'm going to pay to dump I might as well get a place to stay along with it. My only complaint with the LTVA's is there more crowded than just boondocking in the desert, but just like everywhere else if you want to drive a little farther off road you can find a bit of solitude here and there.
It's still pretty warm here, my outdoor thermometer is under the fifth wheel overhang so it's always in the shade and it's reading 88 degrees. But the humidity is 9 so I'm still very comfortable with both roof vent fans going and two windows open. It's still getting down into the 50s at night so it's always good sleeping weather around here.
A handful of boondocker's scattered around the desert