This may be the last post for awhile unless I can make a decision as where to go.
One place got pretty warm and poor Beans spent most of her time up on the top of the slide-out
which is bare metal. That is her moving blanket that she usually lies on.
We had to leave this area as it was too warm.
I try to find cool places to camp which means going up in altitude.
If I kind find shade to camp in that helps,
if not then later in the day when the sun goes down she wants to go outside.
I've learned she does not like to be in the direct sun as she gets pretty hot with her dark fur.
On the other hand, I watched a ground squirrel come right directly towards me in camp not knowing Beans was lying right there in the shade, she was so well camouflaged with the pattern of her fur.
The squirrel had no idea and barely escaped her attack.
At another camp I woke in the morning seeing this chicory making repeated trips to and fro from the RV. Look what the little varmint did in the engine compartment!
He or she had got into the hood sound proofing, pulled it out and had stashed it all on top of the window washer tank and from there was transferring it out to his of her house in repeated trips.
I stuffed it back in, taped up all the possible entry points and moved away from that camp.
If it isn't the heat or the raiding rodents then there is always the mosquitoes I can count on to make conditions undesirable. Where we are as I write up this post I am virtually a prisoner inside the RV. It is impossible to go outside without being attacked by a battalion of those little buggers in a matter of seconds. Of course Beans doesn't understand why I won't take her for a walk. Through the fog of mosquitoes at the window screen I can see another RV from Canada in the distance and no one has stepped outside in hours. But it is cooler here and we have a bit of shade which I keep moving the RV around a tree to be in so we've got that going for us.
And when I say decisions I mean GOOD decisions.
I already have a long list of poor and bad decisions going.