Based on Tucson Terry and Greg’s report on snow in Julian, we decided that it would be prudent to once again engage our vertical thrusters and fly over the Cuyamaca Mountains. The flux capacitor apparently needs some tweaking because our craft still tends to drift higher in interstellar space than we intend,
but our brake actuator worked and we safely landed…
and set up base camp in the light of the waxing Wolf Moon.
The surrounding terrain looked picturesque in the daylight.
Other silver craft had also safely landed at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
An unplanned, rolling party of eight Airstreams settled in to greet the new year. Captains Rich and David are seen below, standing in front of David and Ari’s 28′ Safari LS Slide-out pulled by a silver F-350.
As Rich walked down Airstream Alley, he pointed to other Airstreams that had also landed. Co-pilot and cook Larry set up the array of holiday lights on our trailer (which is seen fully set-up, along with the campsite).
As darkness descended and the temperature dropped, our three Airstreams lit up the night with holiday lights in addition to the running lights that are put on by connecting the two top pins of the 7-pin connector with a 10 watt blade fuse as Larry illustrated here.
The rolling party has just begun… cooking, feasting, entertaining, ukulele playing (we spared Dr. C’s eyes by not wearing Hawaiian shirts this time), hiking and wildlife will be featured in subsequent posts.
Rich Charpentier says
Great pics Bill! Glad to see your new camera is working well for you!!!
See you soon!
Looking forward to your annual arrival at the Anza-Borrego Space Port, just in time for the spring wild flowers.
Everything looks very festive with all those lit up Airstreams!