I took this sunrise picture several days ago. A flock of geese flew over the trailer but by the time I got outside with my camera they were too far away.
Well today just like it was predicted was chilly, wet, and completely cloudy, without the sun breaking out even once the entire day. And since this is the second day of this I had to try and conserve my battery power. Even as thick as the clouds were I still got a tiny bit of charging maybe 15 or 20 amps all day but when you consider that the clouds are so thick I couldn't even tell where the sun was in the sky, the solar panels still managed to pick up a little bit of power.
I re-upped this morning for another week of Boondocking. If you read The Ranches website you will see that Technically you're only supposed to boondock for one week, and they even have a limit on how much you can boondock in one year. But maybe since I'm the only one Boondocking here, they bent the rules for me. On the other hand they're all really nice folks so maybe they were just helping me out.
Because of the weather I spent another day just puttering around the trailer. I worked on some Jack straps that I use to tie down the Yamaha WR450 with, I modified some things that I use to level up the Arctic Fox, and finished reading Bill O'Reilly's book "A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity". I've had the book laying around for quite some time but hadn't been in a reading mood until yesterday. I really enjoyed the book and will now donate it to the library here at The Ranch.
That's about all I've got for today, I could probably write more but I've got two more days of cloudy weather ahead of me and I need to conserve my power.