I finally figured out what was causing my taillight problems in the pop-up camper. When I wired in a new seven-point plug-in on the truck I wired it in the standard way but undiscovered by me until late yesterday afternoon the old seven-point plug in the camper wasn't wired the standard way it was close but a couple of wires didn't match the location in the plug that I put in the truck.
A person with normal electrical skills would've figure that out pretty quick, but when it comes to electrical things I long ago reached my level of least competency, which means I have sufficient skills to start an toelectrical project, but not enough to do it right.
So anyway the pop-up camper is now ready to go whenever I am. I've still got a small list of little things I would like to do, like for instance my taillights, brake lights, and turn signals are kinda dim, so I ordered some LEDs to replace the bulbs that are in there now. I would like to cover the roof skylight, and fantastic fan caulking with some EternaBond tape to make sure there's no leaks. And it really needs a couple of solar panels because most of what it will be doing is boondocking, and right now the only way the two batteries are being charged is when I'm driving the truck.
On other fronts. The sun is high enough in the sky now that the Arctic Fox batteries are fully charged by 10 o'clock in the morning. And speaking of the Arctic Fox I really need to take some time to straighten up the mess that has accumulated in the living room because of the projects I've been working on, but cleaning up, just like working on electrical things, is not one of my strong suits. And it's great living close to Walmart and a Home Depot, but it sure cost a lot more to live when spending money is that convenient.
And speaking of spending money conveniently, when I'm living in my daughter's yard, the best way to buy anything is through Amazon, and in a city the size of Denver Amazon not only delivers some things in 24 hours but makes multiple deliveries a day so I can get a package in the morning and another one in the afternoon. Shopping is so easy and the convenience is so great I figure by the time I leave here this Fall I'll be flat broke.