We're doing well here in our little camp. I was up early, and it was cold this morning! It was 50 degrees in The Palms when I awoke, and I turned on the new heater to warm things up. The sun was just starting to come up, and having the sun coming in the window helped warm things up, too. I'm still not sure about the catalytic heater and how much I need to open windows when it's running, which seems to defeat the purpose of having a heater on. I opened two windows again this morning, and two ceiling vents, and the rig warmed up very slowly. I don't want the Carbon Monoxide alarm going off, so I may be letting too much cold air in, I'll have to open just one vent and one window tomorrow and see what happens.
Katie was awake and wanting to go outside at 8:00 this morning, which is really early for her. I didn't let her out for her last potty break last night; she was already asleep up in the bunk and I didn't want to wake her up, so that's probably why she was up early today.
I put rocks around our site today. I like the way it looks. I brought everything in a little to make sure I wouldn't be infringing on a future camper's site. I like it better this way.
Here's the heater all lit up this morning:
Some Quail in the site next door:
Katie and I took a long walk this morning to see the area, and we climbed down into the wash and up into the parking lot where the show is set up in January. This is the wash with a gravel roadbed:
Here is the parking lot where the show will be. We are literally yards from it, as long as they don't fence off the area on the edges.
We scared some quail walking by their bush, and they all went scurrying. They are the prettiest birds: