It took me several days to get settled here this time. That’s mainly because it took so long to sanitize my fresh water tank.
That involved filling the tank and then emptying it several times. No point in settling in anywhere until that was done. It will be interesting to see how the water pump screen looks now the next time I check it.
See the van here. He’s the “Dump Police” !! Yup, his job is to sit there all day to make sure nobody is using the facilities here at La Posa South without purchasing the Permit. Certainly not something “I” would ever even think about doing !!
One of the three times I re-filled the fresh water tank.
Finally I’m ready to find a spot to settle into for awhile. I was quite undecided where I wanted to be but eventually decided to park near where BARBARA was.
I stopped for a minute to say Hello and she took this picture of my rig as I was pulling away. See my damaged compartment door !!
Yup, Looks like this is going to be ‘home’ for awhile.
I had to wait until the sun went down to raise my solar panels because it was too HOT before that to be up on the roof. While on the roof I took this short video of my surroundings. The quality isn’t very good this time because I must have zoomed in too much. PLUS I wanted to get a 360 so I was slowly turning around UP ON THE ROOF !!
Ahhhhh, another beautiful sunset.
This guys got some serious solar happening over there. In addition to the FIVE panels you can see in front I saw at least THREE more behind those.
Barbara and Katie came by to chat and soon afterwards our neighbour shouted “Coyote !!”. Barbara yells back “Where ?”.
Can you see it ?
How about here ??
Seeing as she was here I decided to put her to work helping me with the ramps to get the bike out. Those ramps seem to be getting heavier each year.
Thanks for the help Barbara !!