I messed around with my defective backup camera system on the little Bronco and hooked up a spare camera that I had laying around which showed me that it must be a problem with the monitor because the picture was still messed up.
I think I've got another monitor laying around somewhere if I could just find it, but I don't think it will work anyway because it was for a wired camera system so it wouldn't have an antenna hook up on it. So it looks like I'm going to have to buy another monitor.
I plan on going out to my property near 11 mile reservoir in early October which means I will also be stopping by my storage room in Divide and dropping off a few things. I've been trying to gather together unneeded things from the Arctic Fox this summer that I can either give away, throw away, or put in the storage room. But I haven't been as diligent as I should and there's still a lot of things I need to get rid of.
Because of my one track mind, when I'm in Denver I'm not really "into" the Arctic Fox, and my life as a boondocker. I'm more interested in family, taking mini-vacations, and things like that. It's really during the winter when I'm traveling that my life revolves around the Arctic Fox and I get interested in doing things like getting rid of stuff I don't need. But when I'm on the road I don't have a storage room to put things in, it's harder to give things away because I don't know anybody, so about all I can do is throw stuff away.
When I'm in an RV Park they often have a table full of free stuff people can take, and in the past I've almost filled up that table with stuff, but I'm not at RV parks often enough to make that a solution to get rid of my overabundance of things I can't live without.
Maybe I could get the old fat man to do an intervention, and he could come in the Arctic Fox and throw everything away that a real RVer doesn't need.... But then I would be left with nothing in the Arctic Fox except the blanket that covers my easy chair, and a can of Sterno to cook on. So maybe it's best I solve this problem myself.