Pelican

Pictures: Pelican and a shot at Caballo Lake State Park.

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Other Side.
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Afternoons: The afternoons have been pretty nice weather of late but the night are still very chilly. It will be good weather to work on my solar panels change-over when I get started.

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Solar Systems

Chilling: It is cool and overcast today so I am chilling for today. My friend(Barry) had to be talked into it, he is always ready to get after a job. As for me as I have gotten older ….. I’m not near as ambitions to get after jobs. I still need to remove the Inverter/Charger and the 4 batteries, it will only take about an hour or two, so not much left to remove the rest of the solar system from my friends RV, however it will be a real job to reinstall it on my rig!

I have a complete solar system install on my RV but this new one is a far better/bigger system, so I will be keeping parts of my and parts of the new one. I will have a left over Inverter/Charger and 2 Solar Chargers, at least one Solar Panel and other assorted parts.

Pictures: White Crown Sparrow and Sand Hill Cranes in the distance.

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Bust of Energy: Well I decide to go ahead and remove the last of my friends solar system after all. Now it will be a matter of what to do with what.

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Resting Today

Resting : Both my friend and I are older dudes and after fighting with the mounting of the tire carrier under the RV yesterday we are both dog out today, LOL. Age …. it is a bit of a challenge!!!

Pictures: Plainopepla and a Northern Flicker.

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Weather: It is a rainy day today but it is not as cold as it has been over the past week.

All the above was for yesterday. 1/6/19
Ha shoot, I forgot to hit the Publish button yesterday, so I guess this will be yesterday’s and today’s post.

All the the below is for today. 1/7/19

Today My friend and I took the solar off the roof of his RV and it is sitting outside my rig waiting patiently to be put on my roof 🙂 There is 4 large panels(little over 1000 watts) that will go my rig and a 160 watt panel that I will sale. I also removed a small and large solar controller and breaker box today today. Tomorrow will be the 4 batteries and 3500 watt inverter/charger(100 amp) alone with its breakers. (at least I think that is is a 100 amp charger, I will have to look it up to see for sure)

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