This is a follow-up photo to yesterday’s surprise find at a state park. Today’s photo shows a electric vehicle (EV) changer found at a state park while on a recent day trip. Roughly 90 miles from Charlotte this EV charge can be found at the Sesquicentennial State Park. The added benefit is that you can take an enjoyable walk while your car charges.
The sky seems to be bluer when we have been in the forest lately. However, when I Google the subject what I find is that the sky is bluer in the Fall .. so maybe it is just that we are going hiking now that the weather has cooled off. Another theory I found is that that when the forest color contrast, with the sky, it heightens our perception of blue,
Following is an article which answers the question: Is the sky bluer in the Fall? Also, we are sharing a link to the today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption: Electric vehicle charging in a state park.
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There are some of those here, including at a garage at work.
Lots of EV chargers here too, just not everyone is sold on the idea of rechargeable cars.