It was February and warm enough to not need my vest, though it was blowing a gale and billowing the side walls of my camp.
The sun was out full, the only clouds hanging back over the Old Ghost Mountains, leaving an unfettered brilliant blue sky overhead.
I’d figured the sun’s course the night before when pulling in, and set the trailer so my awning would provide maximum shade throughout the next day.
It brought a big old grin to my face just to be there, set up and ready to study the flora, fauna, and petrology of the area.
I started with my 5x10 utility trailer plus 4 sheets of 7/16 OSB which I used to carry chimney supplies. We demolished a housevwith the old plate glass sliding windows and I saved 2 pieces of glass which started the trailer process. I was sure the glass would eventually shatter, but 3 years...