No one came knocking last night while at the parking area of the RV Connection. Didn't have a good night sleep though, because around 5 in the morning, the traffic outside was busy and loud. Busy street here in Yuma.
The store opened at 8:30 and I went in and Tom, the owner, was in his office. We talked for a bit and he said he would start as soon as the chill was out of the air. He asked that I move the White Lion close to the door so he wouldn't have far to go with the six heavy batteries and I did that.
At about 9:30, Tom was hard at work. First he removed the four old house batteries on the passenger side and replaced them with four Weise 100 amp batteries.
|Tom hard at work replacing the original four|
|In and hooking them up|
|All done with this side|
|Last two going in|
|All hooked up|
I now have an additional two new batteries for storing the solar power that is in abundance here in the southwest. 😃
|Me and Yuma waiting as Tom works 😛|
|Yuma checking the area out and Pilot Knob Mountain|
|Algodones sand dunes in the distance|
|Looks like snow in this picture|
|Resting before dinner and Yuma is on guard|
|Pilot Knob Mountains as the sun sets and fog setting in.|
|The sun setting over the dunes and the mountains beyond|
In the above picture, there was a fire with smoke off to the North causing the reddish haze.
|The Christmas Star|
I took a lot of pictures but I'm just not equipped to take stills. When I push the camera button there is a motion and with full zoom you can see it in the picture. This was the best of the lot.