I got up this morning and on the spur of the moment packed up the Arctic Fox and left.
Two minutes later I pulled into the Fairgrounds boondocking area and unpacked again.
I decided this morning that I wanted to spend Christmas here in Tucson, partially because I like it in Tucson, and partially because shopping is close by, and there's things to do here. The only problem was I was in a full hookup site surrounded by a bunch of other RV's, and it reached a point no matter what direction I looked there was another RV.
Now we weren't packed in together like sardines, the way a lot of RV parks do, there was plenty of room between us all, but it bothers me when I don't even have one direction I can look in and not see an RV. They told me at the office when I first got here that the holidays are the start of their busy season so I figured that my situation where I was at was only going to get worse.
The boondocking area, which is basically across the street and about 100 yards away from the full hookup area, is completely empty except for me which is just the way I like it. Now I don't have to listen to barking dogs, people talking, TVs playing, and cars and RVs driving by, it's peaceful and quiet over here and the only thing I'm lacking is an electric plug-in, which I don't need anyway.
So my plans right now are to sit here till after Christmas and figure out where I want to go after that. I'm considering going to Ajo Arizona so I can do some motorcycle riding but I'm not sure, I just try to enjoy one day at a time and the less future plans I make the easier it is to enjoy the here and now.
Trainer guiding the dog with vocal and hand commands.
I think the trainers should have to jump over the same stuff the dogs do.