Oooh how the ladies love alliteration! Really all I want to do is write about living in the RV, but every day I would just write "man! this is great!", so I'll write about something else. Anyway, I have very little power in the RV at the moment... I have to run the generator which uses a lot of gas. I bought an awesome solar panel that will provide me with non stop electron flow, but it doesn't get installed for another week. Anyway - on with the story.
This happened a while back, but I never got around to posting it because I'm a jerk.
Todd, Jonah, and I were hanging out on the roof of the condo, admiring the skyline. The skyline these days is packed with construction cranes just begging to be climbed. That night we obliged.
Jonah didn't want to do it, which worked out very well in the end. He got a bluetooth headset and watched for police and traffic while we walked towards the crane.
"Ok, the coast is clear," todd heard through his earpiece.
Our casual meandering walk transformed into a sprint. We ran at the fence, climbed over it and ran through the shadows as we ducked. Lots of windows in Austin could see the construction site, so we figured it was best to spend as little time in the open as possible.
We took our time climbing up the ladder, confident that no one would spot us. Whenever cops drove by, Jonah would alert us and we'd stay still. We made it to the top, took some pictures, and headed back down undetected.