The Riverside casino, the casino that's nice enough to let me boondock in their parking lot for as long as I want.
The weather guessers were right about the wind today, the wind woke me up this morning rocking the trailer a little bit, not enough to bother putting down the rear jacks but just enough to let me know it was going to be a problem keeping my hat on.
I'm thinking of changing my Verizon cell phone plan. Verizon brought out a new unlimited plan which appears to be better than what I have now, and even looks like it's cheaper than what I'm paying at the moment. The unlimited part of the plan I have now is how much Internet data my phone can use, but that's not very important to me. Because most of my Internet usage is by my laptop.
The most important thing to me on my phone plan is how much Hotspot data I get, which is how much Internet data do I get while using my phone to broadcast Internet to my laptop. Right now I have 15 gigs of Hotspot data and the new plan has 20 gigs.
At least I think that's what it says. These phone companies often make their plans sound really simple to understand, but if you read all the way down to the bottom of the page with the fine print is, and then read past that to where the really fine print is, and then continue reading to where your electron scanning microscope can barely make it out. That's where you'll find out what you're actually paying .
So I have found it best to go to the Verizon store, wait in line for three hours and talk to someone personally, because they have to explain to you what the plan actually says especially if you ask them specific questions about the parts that are of the most interest to you. And since there's a Verizon store just a few miles from me on the other side of the Colorado river in Bullhead city I'll probably mosey on over there whenever I feel energetic.
I had a peaceful night sleeping in the parking lot of the Riverside casino which is kind of amazing considering that I'm only about 100 feet from "The Strip". You would think in a gaming town "The Strip" would be noisy all night with an unending flow of traffic. But since the average age of the gambling crowd in Laughlin is only a few months shy of prehistoric they seem to go to bed pretty early, often at the blackjack table their sitting at. So by 10 o'clock last night everything was pretty dead, including some of the gamblers.
This is a leftover picture of my neighbor at the state Park I stayed at the other night. I never know what to do with my left over pictures they seem so meaningless once I've moved on.
This is a picture of the Riverside’s very nice RV Park across the street from where I’m at. The picture is a little funky because I took it through the casino window.
A casino water taxi that will pick you up on the Arizona side of the Colorado River, where there are some very large parking lots, and bring you over to the Nevada side dropping you off right at the casino door.