Had to make a run to Walmart today, fortunately it's only 7 or 8 miles from Haggard's RV Park. The Walmart I went to is on Highway 50 a few miles west of Pueblo and has to be one of the biggest Walmarts I've ever seen, The thing is huge.
Not only does it have a lot of stuff in it, it has a lot of stuff I've never seen in a Walmart before. For instance it had a lot of lawnmowers for sale, and the garden center looked like one you would find at Lowe's or Home Depot. And they had a tire store, not just a rack in the store with a dozen or so tires on it, but a whole big room full of tires just like a real tire store. I think it's a sign that I've been away from civilization too long if I'm fascinated by a Walmart store.
Sunset at Haggard's RV Park west of Pueblo Colorado
I also got a big dose of reality when I went to the beer cooler to get some beer and remembered that they don't sell real beer at grocery stores in Colorado. I had grown used to Arizona and New Mexico where you buy your beer with your groceries. Fortunately there was a liquor store right across the street where I bought my usual brand of beer, and had to pay two dollars more for a six pack than I paid in Arizona and New Mexico. I can see why the Colorado liquor stores don't want grocery stores selling real beer.
I noticed today that there were two little birds building a nest in the trailers pin box. That doesn't really bother me but they just didn't look like the kind of birds that go south every winter, but they were about to become Snowbirds like it or not, so to save them the trouble of having to learn how to migrate, I stuffed a foam vent cover into the pin box hoping that will dissuade them from any further nest building.