There was a weird sunset last night, it looked like it was going to be a good one because there were some clouds in the sky but the sunset ended up kind of pitiful as far as Arizona sunsets are concerned. But just before the sun went down the rays of the sun, hit the clouds just right and everything on land turned yellow and orange. It was only pretty for a few minutes but it was cool while it lasted. Than the sun just dribbled down below the horizon without putting on a show at all.
Tonight is supposed to be a full moon and it will rise over vulture peak so maybe I can get some nice moon shots.
The weather forecast is still calling for a cooling trend next week with highs in the low 70s and low 40s at night, and that sounds like some good trail riding weather to me.
I figure long about Tuesday I'll go to the post office in town and see if I have any General Delivery mail yet. I never got a tracking number or anything when I ordered my new inverter so I don't know where it is or even if they've shipped it, I guess if I haven't received it in a couple days I'll give them a call to see what's going on.
The company told me they had never sent an inverter General Delivery before and was amazed that it was even possible. I explained to them how to do it, and that people get General Delivery all the time so I hope they didn't screw it up somehow.
I'm getting used to living without an inverter and the only thing I'm doing without is my microwave, which I honestly haven't even missed. The only annoyances is having to schlep my equipment back and forth to and from the chargers instead of just keeping them plugged in all the time.
If somebody had asked me a few weeks ago how important my inverter was I probably would've said my life kind of revolves around it. Which leaves me utterly amazed at finding out that all this time the most important thing it did was conveniently charge up my computer and camera batteries.