|Gloria, Brian and Luke|
We decided to move today as well because things are getting a little bit crowded here on the point. I forgot to post that I had the drone up on Sunday and got a few shots so I will show you our parking arrangements.
The other day, a couple from Oklahoma (couple # 1) were pulling in and wondered if they would be too close if they parked near the fence. They wanted to be near their friends who were just around the corner. We said sure that would be ok and that's where they parked The next day we went to dump and when we got back we parked nose first so we could share a yard with Brian and Gloria. Another couple (couple #2) showed up and decided that they could park in between us and couple #1. We thought they knew #1 and that's why they wanted to park there but no they didn't know them at all! #2 decided to have a bonfire (which I contributed wood to) and the smoke blew directly into #1's trailer. I felt kinda bad but what could I do!!! Don't get me wrong, they are a real nice couple, just not quite versed on the ways of the wilderness. Next morning #1 was moved out and you could tell there was some tension. We were glad we were moving too under those circumstances!!! It was all for the better and now everyone has lots of room again.
****NOTE*** We learned about boon docking spacing a long time ago too. Sometimes it leads to a neat friendships. Right Bill and Patsy?
Our new spot is down at the what is known as the crabbing bridge. Remember Pete the Pelican? Well he was there to greet us when we got there. He was guarding the bridge.
|Pete wouldn't let these people across|
If you look right down to the far end of the beach, that's where we were.
There is a stately Blue Heron that hangs out on the rocks down here. He just waits patiently for anyone to catch him a small fish.
And we discovered a not so nice friend up in one of the palm trees.
|The rattler has been cut off|
|I think I better get a new galvanized plate for the antenna ground plane.|