The first night I got here I didn't see Fluffy in the afternoon when he usually shows up but that night after I went to bed I heard him howling just outside the Arctic Fox so I knew he was still here. Late yesterday afternoon I went outside and saw him sitting in the road about 40 feet away and when he saw me he came walking up into my boondocking spot obviously remembering me.
He still looks healthy, and fluffy so he's obviously established a life for himself here and is doing better than just surviving. His back leg is the same, pretty much useless and I'm sure that's all it will ever be.
I rode the little Beta around some and found that the new seat is kind of narrow and uncomfortable but better than the Styrofoam and duct tape seat I made. I don't plan on riding this thing on long trips so it should be okay for what I'm going to use it for.
More troublesome is the location of the footpegs their set kind of far back in a place that's great if you're standing up but not so great if you're sitting down. I'm sure they can be moved forward but it will probably take some fabrication and welding.
A similar problem is the rear brake it's easy for your foot to reach if you're standing up but all but impossible if you're sitting down. So far I'm just not using the rear brake. Since the front wheel does most of the stopping anyway I'll just use that until I can relocate the rear brake.
The weather's been really great since I've been here, 50s at night 70s in the daytime, you really couldn't ask for more.
I did most of my laundry yesterday but I've still got a blanket I would like to wash. These pay washing machines are so tiny you can barely even get one normal blanket in them, so a blanket has to be washed separately. I'll get around to washing it before I leave... Maybe.