I spent the vast majority of the evening sitting at the gate by myself checking the incoming vehicles to the park. There was very little traffic, but most of it consisted of families and seniors heading back from a long night of visiting local friends and relatives. The lack of consistent interruptions gave me some time to ponder on things. While staring out the window at the deluge of insects flying endlessly into the flood light on the exterior of the building, I realized that if all insects were approximately 50 times larger than they are now, the world would be a chaotic and terrifying place.
There are two partially finished plastic water bottles sitting on either side of my laptop as I write this. The lids are on both of them and condensation has formed on the interior top half of the bottles. It is as if there is a miniature weather system in each bottle. I am now going to uncap the fuller bottle to see if there is any change in the system. It is now uncapped. Initially there is no change in said system. I will check again later and let you know the results.
Here comes a vehicle. It’s always a game of lazy wants a signal light whenever a car is approaching. I always hope that they are turning down the road just before the entrance of the park so that I don’t have to haul my lazy ass off this comfy chair. Looks like lazy didn’t get his way this time. Be right back.
A few campers coming back from a night out it would seem. I checked their info and turned them loose into the circus that is the park. Clement and Andy have arrived. They do not have the tools I need. The water bottle weather system remains unchanged.