Adventure Location: Falcon County Park, Falcon Heights, Texas
BillyBob was having solar panel shading trouble so we took a meander around the County Park to check out better sites for his motorhome Sally.
During the meandering the OFM noticed a mesquite tree that had a lot darker trunk than the others. On closer examination the darkness was due to sap leakage down the trunk. Remember the big drip of sap a few weeks ago out in Seminole Canyon State Park. Well this was a lot more of the same but different sap leakage. This sap is a lot darker.
When the searching was all over a decision was made by BB to just move Sally to the other side of the trees. Here is Sally moving to her new hoome location. That way he gets to keep his tree shaded patio for lounging the days away. It worked out very well.
The OFM got a wild hair and unloaded SightSeer, his bicycle, from the back of the Truck. It is time for some riding. Both tires needed air as is normal on good tires and tubes. Both are ridden at 65psi to be able to well carry the excessive bulk of the OFM.
The route was out of the County Park and take two left turns. Follow the road to the State Park. Then we made one circuit of all the paved roads in the State Park. The roads are not flat at all or anywhere. When we returned to the County Park, Sightseer wanted a group picture of the current team members. Since we did not want to break the camera the OFM just did the picture taking instead of getting into the picture. The total miles riden was only 9.6.
The “plan” is to hit the lake fishing as the first part of tomorrow’s endeavor at trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.