Here’s what I need to start my day. It’s become a morning ritual. Even if there’s coffee available nearby, I’ll make my own. I have it perfected and it tastes just right.
Tigger & I slept in a remote but quiet “viewing area” on Kanan road in the San Diego mountains. 2413 Kana Rd to be specific.
I pulled in after dark and didn’t see the signs…
I ran the generator until bedtime so I could watch TV and charge my phone and computer. No one bothered me the entire night. I won’t push it and stay another night though.
I’m amazed by how small changes in the TV antennas position can make such a difference in what stations I pull in. Usually, I just crank it straight up, go to “setup” and “autoscan” on the TV and wait to see how many channels it finds. In a city area, this is always fine and I’ll get 30+ stations (many in Spanish). Out of the city is different. I got 3 channels last night. This morning, I turned the antenna 90 degrees (it turns almost 360 degrees) and ran the “autoscan” again. Now, I have 12 channels and they all come in great!
I wonder if someone makes a gizmo that shows a power gauge or a scale and as you slowly turn the antenna, the gizmo tells you where it will receive the best signals? Any RVers know of such a thing?
My free wifi tethering app is still working like a charm! Anywhere I have a cell phone signal, I have wifi. It is generally so fast that I think when I get home, I will talk to Herman about cancelling our $47 a month Road Runner ISP and use this wifi. Having this free wifi and RoadRunner is sort of like having a cell phone and a landline (home phone)…kind of redundant and a waste of money (in my opinion).