Kind of a misty cloudy day today, the solar panels were only working about half speed but I was still charged up by late morning.
I did a teeny tiny little project on the Arctic Fox this morning. I put these cargo door holder opener thingies on the cargo doors that were blowing closed when I didn't want them to. I put one on the propane door and another on what's supposed to be the battery rack door. I put one on the battery door just for convenience because having it blow closed while I'm putting water in the batteries was only mildly annoying.
But the propane door was a different matter. Trying to hold the door open while lifting a 70 or 80 pound propane cylinder almost waist high got to be a chore I was not looking forward to. Now I bought the little door holder thingies probably about two years ago so I've been putting those propane cylinders in their the hard way for all this time, and only now did I work up the ambition to install them. I think what that means is, two years may be the maximum time that I will put off a project, so it's good to know I have my limits. That could be called laziness, if it is, so be it. Because I've come to realize that laziness is simply resting up BEFORE you get tired.
I took these pictures of the Pecos River bridge on the way back from Langtry. I didn't know there was such a beautiful area just down the road from the Seminole Canyon State Park, so a big thanks to Darrell Goza's Wanderings and Wonderings for letting me know it was there.
Picnic area at the Pecos River bridge. A nice place to sit on a bench eat a bologna sandwich and wonder about things.
Looking the other way from the Pecos River bridge. Where those white cliffs end is where the Pecos River joins the Rio Grande
Looking down the Pecos River bridge you can see what desolate country it is out here