I drove the Yamaha WR450 about 4 miles down the road this morning so I could pick up a cell phone signal and make an appointment with my accountant for next week. It's getting close to tax time and I need to get my paperwork to him.
I always file late because I'm lazy and I tend to procrastinate and because my accountant says you get audited less if you file late, So it seems like a win-win situation for me.
I've had a couple of pretty hard rainstorms in the last few days and I'm happy to report that I haven't found any leaks anywhere in the Arctic Fox. I think that the wind during the rainstorms has come at me from just about every direction and I've yet to find a leak around the Windows, or the slide outs, or from the roof. I think this is very good news and says a lot about the build quality of the Arctic Fox, especially when you consider all the bumpy dirt roads I've pulled the Arctic Fox over getting to Boondocking sites.
Someone asked me why I almost always write Arctic Fox instead of "the trailer" and Yamaha WR450 instead of "the bike" or "the motorcycle". I thought that was a very good question so I decided to answer it in public.
The reason I do that has got to do with something called "SEO" or Search Engine Optimization. Which basically means that if someone Googles up something they're interested in they will often Google up something specific like "Yamaha WR450" instead of "motorcycle" so by me writing Yamaha WR450 it gives me a better chance they will find my website. Now I still don't have much of a chance they will find my website because there's a million websites out there with Yamaha WR450 in them, but there's 10 million websites with the word motorcycle in them. So it's a simple way of increasing the chances of my website being found.