Panels Are Installed

Well I have installed the two 205 watt solar panels on the shed of the roof.   It took the better part of a day to do it because the mounting kit had no installation instructions.   Once I figured it out though it’s not bad, I could probably install more in half the time now that I know how.  Unfortunately I am not having the best experience with my supplier.  I was told on thursday to pick up the rest of the equipment friday morning and that everything would be ready.   I drove for an hour to get there friday morning and sat in the parking lot for 2.5 hours, they never opened.   No sign, no voicemail message, nothing.   They just decided not to come in after wasting 5 hours of my day.   Needless to say, there will be repercussions for this.   Here is a picture of the panels, installed.

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Also, the other day I was thinking to myself that my poor dog needs a friend to keep her occupied since the cats want nothing to do with her.   I have noticed since arriving that the desert seems to provide what you need.  Not what you want, but what you need.   I was sitting in the middle of the county road trying to get cellphone signal miles from the nearest house, and I heard scratching on the door to my jeep.  I opened the window and there was the cutest little dog whining and begging me to let him in.  I opened the door to get a better look at him and he jumped in the Jeep and into my lap and started licking my face.   I asked around but no one had lost a dog.   He’s a great dog, minus the chewing issue which we are working on and my other dog loves him very much.   I’m keeping him.  Here’s a picture.

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