The snows are slowly melting away in the high country.
Hey, this weekend the camper is back on the truck, and we are off to Writing on Stone Provincial Park, right near the Alberta/Montana border.
Hopefully the weather will be good for some photos of this area that I have never visited!
I know this is supposed to be an RV travel blog, but I just could not resist this one! It is related to my last trip as I did purchase this piece of equipment when I was in California. As you can see below, there are some stringent safety precautions that must be followed.
Your job is to figure out what the equipment is that I bought and set up.
Below are the safety instructions that came with it. Read them carefully, and only when you are not tired, or on drugs, or on poor footing!
I had a bit of difficulty coming up with the electrically nonconductive clothing. They do not have that department at Walmart! And I never forced any small products to do the work of a larger one, honest.
Children were never never allowed in the work area for this complex, dangerous operation.
And they were not allowed anywhere near the Solar Light phase, nor the Phasers phase.
I didn't have ANSI impact goggles, so I wore my oldest sun glasses.
But, I kept my products clean for safer performance. If you are guessing a Formula one race car, you are wrong. Space shuttle is also an incorrect guess. I never did any assembly when I was tired - because of the extreme danger. Nuclear reactor, perhaps? Nope, wrong again!
Okay, so I admit to having a beer within 12 hours of the installation, assembly, and testing phases, but I don't think I was under the influence?
I read all the labels on my toothpaste and deodorant to make sure they were not restricted compounds.I'm still trying to contract for a 'qualified technician' to attend to the regular service and maintenance this item requires.
I'll let you know soon what highly technical and dangerous equipment I was able to survive the installation and operation of - so far.
Since I know you like photos, here's one of a sub-adult grizzly bear I was watching today.