When it rains every day, there is not enough time for things to dry out before the next downpour.
The view from inside the car, looking out the open hatch. I have a flannel sheet draped outside over the hatch to provide shade.
Another chemically sensitive woman gifted me this old Army cot. I thought I’d use it for napping outside, but so far I have mostly used it for sunbathing.
Getting ready to wash dishes in the new camp kitchen.
Just to right of camp kitchen pic. Laundry “corner” is the chair on right.
This is Carlos’ “indoor” sleeping spot, right next to mine.
A tent with no poles, borrowed from a friend. A set of poles with no tent, bought on Craigslist for $10. Miscellaneous stakes.
The plan is to keep my clothes in there, to save space in the car. And to look less like a homeless lady when driving around.
The bamboo mat and sheets shade the kitchen at different times of day.
Carlos and Dwyn find shade.
Dawn’s light through my interior car window cover, with a white blanket.
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