This is where we plan to come in to our area. As you can see there are a lot of trees to get through.
|Same view with the trees gone.|
|Looking back to the road.|
This picture is after taking a 90 degree turn and proceeding down the loop looking backwards. Straight ahead would be a parking area and to the left would be another parking area.
We may put a pedestal in there because that is where our electrical will feed out of. In the future we would like to remove more of that brush and widen that. But that will be another year down the road. Then we come up to the area we would like to put our camper on. We would probably put 2 sites there back to back in case anyone would happen to find us.
This little hill would be leveled and graveled to make our 2 sites.
Then this would be the exit and take you back out to the highway. In the future there will always be lots of clearing to do but this would be the minimum to get our rig in there to start utilizing the area. If you recall we rented a wood chipper to remove a ton of brush from before. Well we got another ton to chip and that is what we did.
The pictures don't show the actual size of the brush piles but they are huge. Kendra helped us again because this was just not a 2 person job.
So that is what our plan looks like for now. We have another month here before we start heading to New Mexico.
My jury duty is finally over. I was summoned twice and only served on one jury. I am glad that is over. I know it is your civic duty and all that, but they could really make it worth your while. I got paid $20.00 a day plus mileage. So after 2 days I ended up with just under $48.00.
Also I would like to add that I finally got a call back on a temp job that I applied for while we are here. I am working for the local Dodge dealer to deliver vehicles to new owners. There was a group of 7 of us to deliver trucks from West Central Minnesota to the ND DOT in Bismarck ND. I get paid next Friday for that so we will have to see how that goes.
I got to drive a 2018 Dodge 2500. Very nice truck. The only complaint that I would have about it is that it rode like a truck. I don't know if it was because it was brand new and the suspension was incredibly stiff or that they where running 90 psi in the tires. I think I felt every bug I ran over as if it was a speed bump.
We have a couple of small trips planned for the future so stay tuned. Same bat time, same bat channel.