What could possibly be better than clicking the pics? Clicking one pick is best.... Less effort.
That's it, that's the only thing I felt like taking a picture of. The rest of the time I was sitting in the camper sweating like a hog. It's in the low 90s today. I hope that improves or I may have to go across the street and hook up to an electric site.
I made it to the Pima County Fairgrounds at about 1:30 this afternoon. And received some bad news just as soon as I got here, which is there is not going to be a horse show in early April. And yes I checked the Internet again and it's still there. I don't know why they have to cancel an outdoor horse show that doesn't even have any paying customers, the only people here are the riders, so how much trouble could it be... I'm disappointed, to say the least.
There is going to be an RV show, so that's one small bit of consolation. It seems to me like standing around inside an RV talking to a salesman gives folks more exposure to the Bat flu than riding a horse outdoors. But what do I know?
This seems like a good time to reiterate what I call boondocking. Since boondocking has a lot of different meanings to different people. Just to keep my life simple, I wanted to come up with the simplest rules that I could possibly apply to what constitutes boondocking, to me. And, to me, is the operative word here.
So any time I don't have hookups, I call that boondocking, it doesn't matter if I'm in a parking lot, my family's house, or paying for a place to stay, if I don't have hookups I call it boondocking. Right now is a good example, I'm paying to stay here but I'm in the boondocking area, which has no hookups, so as far as I'm concerned I'm boondocking.
Without the horse show, I'm not sure exactly why I'm staying here, but I'm here, so I'll think of something. If nothing else I will consider this the beginning of my trip back to Denver and spend the next two months enjoying my slow journey back to my summer home.