Please, may I buy you a proper lunch? This the nice lady asked when she heard me talking to a young couple with their one-and-a-half-year-old here in the hardware store parking lot about my work at Standing Rock and around the country trying to give our young ones a chance of a decent future. She guessed, correctly, that the can of nuts was my meal for the day. . This is the second day of working to repair the Damage Done by our sisters and brothers in uniform at Standing Rock when I refused to abandon native grandmother Regina Brave. Bless your heart, I said to the lady. I didn't tell her that this was the fourth donation received for the thousands of dollars of Damage Done standing for the future of humanity. I've been at this a long time. I expected nothing else. I expected to fight alone. I fight alone. You few exceptions know who you are and bless your hearts. The joy is mine. I wish others could find the joy. I'll continue to try and show the way. Two solar panels are in the boxes but first repair to major damage to the plastic of the vehicle has to take place and I'm experimenting with how acrylic deals with drill holes and holds up to the pressure and response to glue. I'm also experimenting with the length of the trailer and making it much easier to angle toward the Sun. Getting to Standing Rock from North Carolina consumed a $750 battery and hopefully a replacement will arrive, did I mention credit cards, hopefully a replacement will arrive by Wednesday of next week and I'll depart around the country. Credit cards, Can't live with them, can't live without them.