Pretty great day yesterday, even got off a little early and started work on our dump bed project.
This area has changed little since I’ve been living here which I’m proud to say is over four decades.
This is the view from the roof of the little adobe house I was installing WiFi on. I would have huge picture windows in every room facing this stunning view.
This is the view from the roof of the little adobe house I was installing WiFi on. I would have huge picture windows in every room facing this stunning view. I know I just wrote this, but holy shit, the views are spectacular in every direction from the roof of this house. Look at those rocks! What character! Almost inconceivable that there are not million dollar homes packed in here. I guess in this respect, well probably lots of aspects, millionaires and I do not see eye to eye.
When I finished here at this morning job I decided I’d drive around the neighborhood for the lunch hour
Following this delightful dirt road for perhaps five miles which essentially circles the mountain where the Desertgate’s WiFi towers as well as three Cell-Phone towers are located, the road ends up just north of Mora at the CHET firestation in Cleveland. Which besides being the most awesome drive through some of Mora County’s most beautiful countryside gave me the chance to fuel up again in Mora before heading back south to Rociada for my 1:00 PM cabling job at the Proshop at the golfcourse.
Okay a couple photos of the hour or so I spent in our wonderful workshop figuring and designing and making that ever so difficult first cut on the dump bed hinge system. This needs to be perfect, otherwise the bed may not align with the frame when it returns to the down position.
and last but least, every welder worth his or her salt has a silly welder’s cap
I hope your weekend is spectacular