The crew and I take a little ride over to Imperial Dunes.
It’s Saturday and I see few quads. Imperial Dunes Rec Area is huge so they’re probably out in the sand somewhere.
This area is called Bates Well. A big sign says “Fee permit required beyond this point. No exceptions.” The size of the font is intimidating enough to send the PTV into a U-turn on the spot.
Oh, there’s one!
The people walking in this photo are a long distance away. I zoomed this photo so you could see them.
Back on Sidewinder Road I take some shots of various RV neighborhoods.
I find it curious how RVers group together. Do they know each other? Is this innate human behavior? Like flocks of birds?
Ogilby Road dispersed camping area is big enough that no one has to have a neighbor. Here’s someone camping the way I like to camp.
I changed the position of the Best Little Trailer.
When we returned from going to the dump station the other day, I went back to our campsite. However, I angled the BLT, more SE to NW than E to W. I didn’t like how the door side of the BLT was in shade all day. Now it’s angled just enough so that we get sun on that side, but it doesn’t hit the refrigerator directly.
What about the solar panel?
Well, since the solar panel is mounted on the Perfect Tow Vehicle, the BLT doesn’t have to be perfectly angled toward the sun. Once unhitched I can park the PTV so the panel is in optimum position to the sun’s rays. That’s a big reason why I had the solar panel put on the PTV!
Notice the pile of laundry in the passenger seat. I’m going for the record of longest days between trips to the laundromat. Also notice two little legs below the BLT. She’s going for the longest days between photographs.
You’d rather hear from the crew than from me.
Soon I’ll get them back to work on the Canine Corner. There’s way too much napping going on around here.