A pretty bug. It may be pretty but it's still a bug.
The grand kids got a surprise trampoline yesterday and I got to participate in the assembly, disassembly, and reassembly procedure over and over until it sort of resembled a trampoline by late last night.
The grand kids are really enjoying it but so far the trampoline just seems to me to be a another place where the grand kids can fight while having their unending acrimonious discussion of who's the biggest meanie.
I've been thinking and rethinking as to where the best place would be to mount the solar controller and inverter in the little Bronco pop-up. For my convenience, and their safety the best place would be inside the bronco in the cubby where the batteries are located . But an inverter and a solar controller put out a fair amount of heat so it's usually best to mount them in an outside compartment like I did on the Arctic Fox. But the outside compartments on the little Bronco are inconveniently located, already being put to other uses, and maybe not even big enough.
Mounting them inside the Bronco will expose me to a fair amount of heat which at times can be a blessing and other times a curse. So I've been giving some thought as to insulating the cubby and maybe venting it to the outside in a way that I could use or get rid of the heat as need be.
All of these decisions piling up, and taking the grand kids to Walmart this morning has worn me out, I think I need a mini-vacation.
Not a great picture but it was early in the morning, the camera kept focusing on the net surrounding the trampoline and I was too tired to care.
Strange pink flowers that look like Japanese lanterns hanging from a string.