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I felt the need for a pretty picture. Since I'm in an industrial area there's not a whole lot of natural beauty here. So this picture is from my visit to Wickenburg Arizona which seems like eons ago but it's only been a few months. How quickly our world can change.
Not much has changed in my current situation. No one has looked at my truck yet, with the apparent reason being there extremely busy here. Vehicles are coming in for repairs, but I don't see many going out. I guess that makes sense because it's a lot quicker and easier to bring a broken vehicle in here than to figure out what's wrong with it, get the parts, fix it and test it.
Thinking they might be going to pull my truck into a garage today, I unhooked the Arctic Fox from the truck. The problem was with my Andersen hitch I had to jack the trailer up about 6 inches or so to clear the ball in the truck. Then under normal conditions, I would drive the truck out from under the trailer part of the hitch and electrically lower the Arctic Fox, til it's level fore and aft.
But since the truck won't start, I can't move it, so the trailer sat much more nose-high than usual, so my refrigerator was barely working, and I couldn't get it down below 45°. This morning I lowered the Arctic Fox back down on the ball. That leveled things out to normal, and the refrigerator started cooling again.
Lucky for me since I'm boondocking, it was a cloudy day today. The temperature topped out at about 85°, which made the un-air-conditioned Arctic Fox a lot more bearable with just the Windows open, my floor fan going, and all three vent fans taking out the hot air.
I've got some neighbors. It looks like a middle-aged couple in a very nice, newish looking class "A" that's backed in across the driveway from me. I don't know what they're in for or how long they've been here, but it's long enough that they've been given a gate key to drive their toad in and out of here after the gate is closed and locked at 5:30. I sure hope I'm not here long enough to require a gate key.
A repair shop sundown. Not exactly a spectacular desert sunset but you can't expect much in a crowded big town.
I stuck my head out the door of the Arctic Fox and took this picture of a loaded semi-truck being towed in. Looks like I'm not the only one to suffer the indignity of being unable to move under my own power.