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Boondocking at the Lone Tree BLM boondocking area just outside of Lake Havasu. The Broncos right in the middle of the picture.
I made it to Laughlin, Nevada, just in time for breakfast, and I'm glad to be here. Of course, at my age, I'm happy to be anywhere, but if I've got to be somewhere, a gambling town is a good place to be, cheap food, free entertainment, and free boondocking in some casino parking lots.
Casino towns like Laughlin and Las Vegas always give me the same feeling, I'm really happy to be there, but in an amazingly short amount of time, I'm really glad to be leaving.
I'm not sure why that is, but gambling towns seem to get old for me really quick. And it's not because I'm losing money; in fact, I seldom gamble, there's just something about the place that seems so exciting and interesting when I walk in, but in a short time you figure out everything's a facade, it's all fake, there's nothing real in a casino except the money flying out of your pocket and into the casinos counting rooms.
My favorite thing about a casino was the inexpensive buffets, but most of them are no longer affordable; in fact, some of them are now very expensive. And I don't even know if they're actually buffets anymore. I think the Bat flu stopped most of that, but I'm not sure; I'll have to go in the casino and see what's going on with the food.
The car show doesn't start until tomorrow, after lunch, I think. But I'm looking forward to the interesting part of the car show which will be Saturday late afternoon. There will be a best Halloween costume contest for the hot rodders; that sounds like fun, not to mention a serious picture-taking opportunity.
BLM Lone Tree boondocking area. I see a lot of vans wherever I go, their obviously very popular.
Up on top of the Mesa was too crowded for me so I parked down in the hole.
Up on top of the Mesa has the best view, but I was only staying for one night so it wasn't that important to me.