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It's a snow bank but all gone now as it was in the upper 70s last week. But next week not so nice as on Wed 30s and SNOW. It would have covered the whole campsite from the hillside. Still lots of snow on the mountains. Reservoir very full and still lots of snow met to come.

We helped the BLM get the water system turned on and tested. They called and said go turn it on. On Monday the electric is turned on (we have it now) as the season starts Monday, May 15
Didn't know how the power to a campground works but every two sites has its own feed from the main panels. Think of all the power cables that takes. 16 electric sites here.
Got our HughesNet Gen5 Mobile Internet system set up and working. No need to call in each time we move it.
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Looking good!


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Judging by the spread of those sat dish legs you must get some pretty good wind there.

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Just being cautious. They are like sails so have then tied down to the ground in the center and legs spread. I will be asking for donations for LNB and dish arm replacement if blown over and bent....

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