We had an enjoyable Sukkos over the past couple of days, sharing meals with friends.
Today we stayed around the RV. B built this model of the RV, complete with WiFi Antenna, solar panels, AC units, and a roof vent:
M built a model of the 500 pound hammer we saw at Saugus Iron Works. Like the original, the waterwheel moves a cam that raises the hammer and then allows it to drop on the anvil below. The forge is to the right:
Today was spent getting ready for Sukkos. I also disabled the solar controller’s automatic equalization so that I can manually engage equalization on sunny days when I have the best chance for a good equalization:
The kids completed their Junior Ranger workbooks (called here Junior Secret Service) and received their badges:
We continued south, trying to take 9W but forced to exit due to tunnels with insufficient clearance. Completing our drive via the thruway, we arrived at our house and backed up our driveway. We will be here for the holidays of Yom Kippur, Sukkos, Shemini Atzeres, and Simchas Torah.
Yom Kippur is tomorrow, so the next blog post will be on Thursday, 9/24. See the trip map for today’s drive and our current location.