|Above, on the secondary back road. Welding was going on at one of|
the residences to the left in the background. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
After checking my mail and doing other things around the house, I went outside and noticed a couple of utility trucks on the roads behind the house. This got my curiosity going.
So, I got into the Jeep and headed over to where the trucks just left the area. The east-west utility road directly behind my property feeds to a secondary road to the south on the other side of the gully/arroyo. So I drove on there for a little bit and noticed the light of a welding torch near a residence on a hill. (Hope they don't start a wildfire in the dry conditions we now have.) This was the first time I drove on that road.
So I decided to turn around and head back (getting back home took a little longer than expected as the carburetor was acting up, but Nandoh was able to get it running). We think it's a stuck needle valve.
But I did manage to take a few photos of the area at the road and behind my property.
|Above, the GOCO Beast Barn on the left and the back of the garage from across the gully/arroyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
|Above, same shot but not zoomed in. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
|Above, a neighbor's collection of junk across the gully/arroyo. Photo by Arman Vaquer.|
|Above, the road that leads to the utility road behind my property. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|