Canvas Tent Cabins ADA Rooms: NOTE: These tents are not heated year round. Available only during the winter months (there are no heated tents in the warm season), Heated Canvas Tent Cabins are wooden frames wrapped and covered with canvas and featuring wooden floors and doors.Heat is turned off the Friday before Memorial Day and turned on the Tuesday after Labor Day. These cabins offer heaters, which keep the entire tent cabin warm. Pete 12/10/17 PM PST The new cavity cam is up and working, at least to the basement where the servers are. Nobody currently home, but they were coming and going last night. It’s pointed higher and more left than I think it needs to be.While they do have electric lighting, they don’t have electrical outlets, phones, TVs or plumbing.
Bedding options include one or two double beds, linens, and blankets and towels are provided.
This will get resolved, but if not in the next day or two I can go up there and install a separate IR light source for the cavity cam. However, I really want to get the new higher def cams installed.
So sorry for the delay, but as we all know – and in the words of the great Roseanne Roseannadana: “It’s always something…” Pete 11/30/17 I’m still trying to work out some technical issues with Jorge on the two new cams. This will mean the cavity and PTZ cams could be down for some time during the swap. I also made a tweak to our donate pages so it should now accept international donations. I was told that we may be back up before 3pm so I suggest you start checking back in around 1PM. But this evening it was a bit cool (95…) so I reinstalled the compost cam.
Scylla – you mentioned having trouble the other day. Thank you ALL for your contributions on Tuesday (and every other day…) They really are deeply appreciated. She will be on hand to clean the cam lenses from time to time. Pete 9/25/17 The at Starr Ranch tomorrow, Tuesday 9/26. Will likely start around 8AM PST and be out most of the day. Pete 9/1/17 First off, it’s been blistering hot here lately at Starr Ranch. There have been two juvenile Ravens around who have taken a shine to the compost and like to visit it often. I will also be reinstalling the watering hole cam because it is dry, dry, dry here and I’m seeing misc wildlife now even coming in to the drip that is always there. And while Gretchen, Jorge and I still need to fine-tune some stuff on the new cams for the cavity and PTZ I’m hoping to get them up soon.
Pete 10/20/17 A new VISITOR to the compost cam in the wee hours of today. Here is a clip of her doing an incredibly thorough job her first time out. Pete 9/12/17 Our power is back but I’m having a hard time getting the cams back up. Pete 6/22/17 After a long absence we finally caught a glimpse of Starr Buck on the trail cam. And here’s a Grey Fox “getting into” the scent station on trail cam during the day.