Watching the flowers grow. And apparently taking notes on their progress..
Despite numerous obstacles placed in my way such as, laziness, procrastination, and indifference, I still managed to get my two solar panels hooked up and charging the batteries in the little Bronco camper in less than a week.
This could set a new record for me of accomplishing a project of any size in less than a month. And I'm not bragging when I say that I achieved it single-handedly, with no assistance, psychological or otherwise, while under tremendous mental and physical pressure to finish this project before the summer was over.
Looking back at my copious notes taken while working under extreme conditions I find that a total of 30 screws were screwed, and sometimes unscrewed and re-screwed time and time again. 20 feet of wires were run, some of which ended up being mysteriously too short. Four holes were drilled, often through the very wires I had just run. Numerous breaks were taken. Dozens of meals were consumed. Many nights were spent on YouTube watching cat videos. And incalculable hours were expended relaxing.
Taking all that into consideration It's obvious getting this project done in under a week was nothing short of a miracle and required a herculean effort on my part. But with any luck I shall never have to duplicate an effort of this magnitude again.
A technological wonderment. I don't have to buy a meter to tell me what my batteries and solar panels in the Bronco camper are doing, a free Renogy app on my phone tells me what's going on in real time, and enables me to make any adjustments necessary.