We are still in the Gate Guard Services (GGS) yard waiting for a gate to work. Thought I’d share a few photos with you.
Behind our rig left with lots of cacti
To the right of the rig
We see a small herd of cows every couple of days mossing around the cacti along with quite a few feral cats.
This is the trash wagon. There will be one by the oil rig area where we will be able to put our trash.
Here are the “hook ups” for gate guards. The first is of the big generator, water tank and diesel fuel tank for the generator.
And this is the septic system. I don’t understand how it works; some sort of filtration.
These two trailers will be parked one on either side of our RV and will stay there until we leave the gate. Periodically the service guys will come by and refill the water and diesel as needed.
So we sit and wait. It seems to be first in, first out depending on the time we have to spend here and the needs of the land owner/oil company. So we should be next with the Mossmans. (Should that be “we and the Mossmans”? or “us and the Mossmans? Someone please “comment” and tell me how to say that correctly). We’ll toss a coin to see who goes out first.
We sit under a very large Texas flag waiting in the GGS yard. Jim says the flag is about 24’ x 60’, and can be seen 3-4 miles away. Pretty ominous.
Remember, you are loved.