Bluebirds and Starlings

Pictures: Pair Western Bluebirds and 4 Starlings.

Something tells me that these two were not speaking!
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Wind and Sun: Today I did not get much accomplished, the sun was out but the wind was enough to make it uncomfortable out.

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Near the Last, Western Bluebird

DPictures: Couple more of one of the Western Bluebird from Flagstaff. I am not sure I will get many bird shots from here, just not seeing many but time will tell.

As always click the pictures twice for the bigger images.

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Chores: Barry and I was off to the city of Cottonwood, AZ to do the chores this morning, laundry, gallons of water for drinking, large containers for the RV and a little shopping.

Water: I usually use a little over 20 gallon a week(plus I drink about 7 gallons from my drinking water (gallon jugs)), I fully bathe each day(which uses most of the water from the RV), do dishes, and other small things. If you conserve a bit you can get by on very little! I have two tanks and get about 33 gallons a load, so I have 10 gallons or so left over that can be used to wash the truck or the RV if I like, or other things. Mind you, I have a 50 gallon fresh water tank in the RV and I could use that much a week if I wanted to and a lot of newer rigs have much larger tanks and do use a great deal more water, it is all in the way you like to do things.

My friend Barry has a pressure washer and we can use the generators to run it and that thing can do some good cleaning. We both have DC water pumps for pumping water into the RVs and other light work/spraying. Full-time RVing is a interesting way of doing things and one learns a lot of tricks to make life pretty much like living anywhere else, only you get to pick from a lot of different yards and views 🙂

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