Monday, November 30, 2015

La Posa West LTVA, Quartzite, AZ, Day 14

Monday, November 30, 2015, La Posa West LTVA, Quartzite, AZ, Day 14, 0 Miles, 3,585.9 Miles for the Trip

Another day without any pictures. I did have a project. The receptacle I added for my inverter is out of the way, enough that it is a pain to use. I planned to add another one at the face of the kitchen cabinet, however the space between the sink support & the cabinet door & drawers is just slightly too narrow for a electrical box.

I had had added a second 120V (non inverter) receptacle on the bed side of the kitchen area, rarely use it, and decided to change it over to the inverter. Like all projects in a small trailer, tight quarters, but I finally got it done. Should be easier to plug in the toaster or coffee pot when running without hookups.

That was about it for the day. I have new neighbors, parked a bit closer than I thought necessary, but that's life! I haven't met them yet, but they have NY plates on the toad.

Still too cool to spend much time outdoors. I was well below freezing last night; down to 26°F. I did try to sit out & read for a short time around 3:00 when the temperature topped out at 64°F, and it was OK until the wind picked up; I'm back in the trailer. At least the skies are clear enough to recharge the batteries.

Dinner will be a chicken paddy sandwich and the rest of the pickled beets.

Until Tomorrow -


  1. Isn't it funny how some folks will park close, even when they have lots of room. Don't know if it's a security thing, or what. We call the clingers. You need to be working on some warmer temps for the area. Got me rethinking our plans for January and February.

    1. I sure hope it gets better in January & February. I'll definitely be here for the first two weeks of February (at Dome Rock for the fiberglass rally) but if it is still too cold I'll head for Imperial Dam. It is about 500' lower, and at least 2 years ago, about 10°F warmer.