While Wally worked at wiring in the breaker, my neighbor Memo cut a hole into the block wall of his home for the exterior connector box. The project was grounded by cable going to a piece of re-bar that was hammered into the earth.
After the electric job was completed, the work was tested with a circuit tester which showed the wiring was correct and the ground functioning properly.
We on the TiogaRV Team have enough solar electric power to live at Home Camp without an electric hookup. However, it is soooooo much better for us being hooked up with both electric power and water.
Last nite I took a long hot shower without any concern for water conservation. This morning it was a bit chilly. So, Tioga's forced air furnace was turned on to make us comfortable. Pretty neat, huh?
Yesterday neighbor Terry gave me her water and power bills. The power cost for February is 179 pesos [$14.32US]. The water bill is 42 pesos [$3.36US]. Of course I will add to these two amounts significantly. But the convenience of being hooked up should be more than worth it.
11AM - The Italian Coffee Company
What does a retired RVer do for fun? Well, nearly everything I do is fun! But for special fun today, I have a 2pm date with Arturo of Tequisquiapan to meet at The Italian Coffee Company. Just to talk and share what has been going on.
BTW, I love the cold capuchino drinks that Italian Coffee serves. My favorite flavors are cajeta and caramelli [both flavors are versions of caramel].
1:30 - Early for date
I am early for my date with Arturo. The atmosphere of The Italian Coffee Company is really nice. The tables extend out into the walking area of the Pedregal Mall. Good for people watching.
Location: Home Camp, Colonia Santillan, Tequisquiapan
Elevation: 1921 meters