If there's a pic to click you must click it quick. If you wait too long it may be gone.
I know this looks more like I'm getting ready to haul the Arctic Fox to the junkyard, instead of selling it, but to bake a cake, you have to break a few eggs, and I'm almost done with breaking the eggs.
Another morning of picking through my belongings in the Arctic Fox, sorting things to leave in the trailer, go into storage, or put in the Lance. The sorted items to be put in the Lance will go through another round of sorting to see what will fit into storage in the Lance and what will have to find a new home elsewhere. And after a few hours of that, by lunchtime, it will start clouding up and often raining, putting the kibosh on any further effort on my part.
As usual, I need more time, and opportunities to take pictures. This, of course, bothers me because taking photographs is my only hobby and I find it relaxing when there are things I can concentrate on taking pictures of, which helps me forget about any problems I may have like working in the Arctic Fox or getting the truck ready to pass its emissions test.
I wish I had other hobbies because I used to have a bunch, but there is no room in the Lance for more activities than I'm currently involved in. I miss fishing, and the equipment required only takes up a little space and not much added weight, but fishing is made somewhat difficult by dealing with various laws and licenses from the different states I travel or live in.
Colorado's mountain rivers and streams are so regulated that, to me, it takes the fun out of fishing. I've often heard that to avoid breaking a fishing law in Colorado, you must have an attorney and a marine biologist as fishing buddies. The difficulties of understanding what type of fish, what size it must be, and what month you can catch it in is largely responsible for me not doing much fishing when I moved to Colorado. The other reason I mostly stopped fishing in Colorado is the size of the fish I was catching in Colorado largely resembled the BAIT I was using to catch fish in South Florida.
I've got every cabinet and every drawer in the Arctic Fox emptied. I've thrown away a lot of stuff, now I'm packing things away to go into storage. Or to be left in the Fox for my son.