Cloudy and rainy this morning, not enough to prevent folks from doing anything, just enough to be annoying.
I went to town and filled up one of my propane tanks at $2.55 a gallon, which is not a great price but compared to what I pay in Denver, and the royal ripoff I got getting propane while staying on Padre island, this felt like a great deal, and the guy even put the full tank in my truck for me. Now if I could just find someone who would put it into the Arctic Fox for me because that's the hard part.
I ordered a couple of things from Amazon when I got here. One package arrived today and the other is supposed to be here Friday. The Friday one is the most important it's a gadget that will mount to my motorcycle rack, with some minor modifications, and hold the front wheel of my little Beta 250 on the rack replacing a couple of straps. I've got so many straps tying down the motorcycle so it won't fall off the rack that its getting time-consuming to unload the motorcycle and put it back on again. I figure this gadget will simplify things a little bit and make it more likely I will want to unload the little Beta and ride it around even if it's only for a short period of time. I'll take some pictures when I install it.
The weather is supposed to improve tomorrow and if it does I'll run up to Tombstone and see what's going on. I always like being in Tombstone, I think because it reminds me of Cripple Creek. It has the same type of western tourism, the same mom-and-pop shops and the same good times and tough times that come with the tourist business. It's kind of strange feeling in that I miss it, but never want to do it again.
The Escapees clubhouse. The laundry rooms also inside here.
These folks own their lots so they build little living room buildings next to their RV.
The Arroyo that runs next to the Escapees Park. It's 20 or 30 feet wide and I've never seen any water In it