Still strange to not be drinking beer while watching the game.
Things are still pretty slow here and it looks like some of the crew will be taking off Dec. 22-25. I would think that there will still be people in and out. They have to check the wells and record readings and flows.
Gail, our fellow gate guard at the railroad tracks, made us a very nice wreath which we put in the window
Here are a couple of pictures of their site which is at the tracks. They have to get out of their motorhome and check for any vehicle coming or going and be right at the tracks for vehicles with trailers.
The road slopes pretty good and they had to put wood under their front jacks to raise the front end high enough to be level. By than the front tires were off of the ground so they put a railroad tie under the tires......
I took this picture of one of the rigs and it is unusual in that the tractor has 5 axes and the trailer 4 axles. We see a lot of 4 axle tractors but very few 5
This is the back of the tractor, 4 axles plus the front axle
And as a finish, what else, sunsets. We get to see these every day as the rear of the trailer is facing west, so we can see the sunset out of the back window.
Hope you are having a great day
Love to all of ya
Jim and Linda