Patio Enclosure Smoke Spot
This corner desk, over looking the valley, is where I take most of the cannabis strain pictures - this is the best photo light spot in the enclosure. There was a light dusting of snow last night - there will be much more tonight. Clearing the snow off of the cabin roof top solar panels while enjoying a morning spliff at multiple smoke spots. This post is an entry into @psyceratopsb's Smoke Spot contest #1 [2x50 SMOKE to win]. You can see a pair of solar panels on the patio - they're at ground level, easy to brush the snow off these ones.
There's the computer desk where I document most of the strain adventures - and browse smoke.io.
There's the valley view from outside the enclosure - it's fun to watch the sun hit the other side of the valley first. Pure ice under that snow, there's only one safe path up the hill. The second picture you can see the cozy cabin and patio #smokespot enclosure.
Checking the 960 watt array of roof top solar panels while I toke the spliff - snow covered. These panels provide all the electricity I need for 10 months of the year. For the two darkest months of the year - December and January, I currently use about $200 worth of gasoline to top up the 800 Amp Hours battery array with the generator. I'll add more panels and batteries soon enough.
Climbing up the ladder to clear the panels off with a broom - still puffing away on the spliff, nice view.
Large Solar Panels Clear - bring on the sunshine.
Had to move the ladder for the smaller solar panel clearing - I won't leave Spliff behind.
Solar Panels Cleared Off
The sunshine and this spliff are still blazing - forgot the broom on the roof, I'll have to clear off the small panels first next time :)