Having tested out the site in January, I've returned to this spot 30 miles up a canyon to focus on getting a book closer to done. It won't get DONE done this week, but I should make significant progress.
Here's what the car looked like this morning at home:
That's about half the stuff I could have brought for this one job. If I go through this batch, I'll take a trip back down the mountain mid-week and swap boxes.
Here's my workspace for the time being:
Some of the boxes are in the entryway. I'm just bringing in what I need most immediately.
There are three of us here. We're sharing the rent on this space so we can all get projects moved along. I'm in a different space than I used when we were here before. We didn't stay overnight last time, so this time we needed to rework the logistics. I'm sleeping on the floor in the living room, and I get one of the sunrooms (there are two) for my office.
The weather forecast has been ominous, but I've lived in Colorado long enough not to believe anything about the weather unless I'm looking directly at it. We got a few flurries when we reached the 20-mile point in the canyon, and the wind was blowing pretty hard as we moved stuff into the cabin. Now it's only about 40 percent overcast with no meteorological excitement at all. Just a nice bunch of breeze.
That's probably because I brought my snowshoes. It's been a really long time since I used them, and if we got snowed in up here and I didn't have them with me I'd be seriously disappointed.
Well, I'm here to work, so that's what it's time to do.
Does anyone else find this juxtaposition of equipment amusing?