Clicking the pics will make the garages bigger, as if they're not big enough already.
If you look carefully you can see my electric cable shamefully slithering its way into the garage where it's plugged into AC. There's only two times you will see that happening in Denver, one is when it's so cold and snowy, my solar panels are covered with snow and can't charge the battery bank. Or it's so hot I need to run my air conditioner.
I wimped out today and plugged the Arctic Fox into my daughter's garage. There's a spell of hot weather coming in the next day or so with high temperatures at or near one hundred degrees, which is more than I can deal with in the summer.
If it gets that hot in the desert in the winter on rare occasions, it's tolerable because the sun is so low on the horizon during the day the high temperature will only last for an hour or so. But in the summer, the sun is high in the sky, and those high temperatures will last a lot longer, which makes it difficult for me to deal with, even with Denver's relatively low humidity.
Thinking about the upcoming hundred degree temperatures has me staring longingly at the mountains in the background, knowing that a 1/2 hour drive would put me up near some snowcapped peaks. But I still have things to do down here in the flatlands, both to the truck and the little Bronco camper, so I can't just throw a can of Beanie Weenies in the little Bronco and head for the high lonesome just yet.
Walking around my daughter's neighborhood this morning I decided I would see who had the most garages, or at least covered areas to park their cars, and this is what I came up with.
These folks are pretty common with a single garage and a double garage, that's certainly not going to impress the neighbors, heck I'm not impressed and I live in a trailer. But his double garage is probably loaded with garage junk which means he can only park one car in it. At least that's the way mine always was.
Now here we have three singles, he's obviously found another place to put all his garage junk so he can actually park three cars in their.
Now these folks have two doubles, that's pretty impressive. If they take control of their garage junk, they can actually Park four cars in there.
Now this is very impressive, two doubles and a large single. And they get extra points because of the mother-in-law apartment over the large oversized garage, let's hope his mother-in-law is not large and oversized also.
But here we have the winner, at least from today's walk. Three singles, a large oversized garage, and a double carport. He must've found another place for his mother-in-law. These folks have more rolling stock than the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. When it's time to buy new tags for all these vehicles he probably has to take out another mortgage on the house. It looks like it's a lot harder to simplify your life for some folks than for others.