Trees in the neighborhood are starting to show a little bit of yellow now.
Denver's ten-day forecast looks mostly 70s and 80s, with only two days of low 90s thrown in. But the humidity is barely out of the single digits, so all the days look pretty comfortable to me. And with nighttime temperatures in the 40s and 50s, it seems like Fall is slowly creeping upon us. I haven't seen any snow in the forecast yet, but seeing as how it's September, it can come anytime now.
I filled up one of the Arctic Fox's propane tanks yesterday at $3.89 a gallon. And I already have two full 5-gallon tanks of propane for the bronco. Unfortunately, the bronco only has a place for one 5 gallon tank, so I carry a spare in the passenger seat floorboard.
When I had my Hallmark pop-up truck camper, it only had space for one 5 gallon tank, and it was one of those horrid 5-gallon horizontal tanks, and they were so expensive I only had one. If you've ever tried to camp with one propane tank, you know what a tremendous annoyance that is. But this time, the broncos 5-gallon tank is a standard one that I can have filled up or exchanged almost anywhere. And it's not a problem carrying a spare.
Now that I've done about everything I want to do to the storage space in the truck's back seat, except make some bungee cords to tie down the storage boxes. I need to get back into projects for the bronco itself. And the first thing I want to do is fix the paper towel roller so the paper towels won't unroll onto the floor while I'm driving down a bumpy road. I haven't had any problem with it trying to unroll while driving around Denver. But my boondocking lifestyle often gets me off the pavement, so I have to be prepared for the worst.
Hibiscus. They're getting a little tattered with Fall approaching
In fact most of the flowers around here look something like this. Old, worn-out, great-looking in their prime, but now there just a dried-up husk, no color or life left in them, waiting for a stiff breeze to blow them away...... wait a minute !!! That sounds like ME. Well at least it's going to take more than a stiff breeze to blow me away.