A solution to my problem of where to go from here fell into my lap last night with hardly any effort on my part.
Looking through some wildflower reports for Arizona on the Internet I found that Picacho Peak State Park, near the tiny town of Picacho Arizona, has a great wildflower bloom going on which is just what I'm looking for, and Picacho Peak State Park is East of me and that's the general direction in which I was planning on eventually heading.
I went to the park website and found two days, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, when they had a pull-through site available. They had several back in sites available but my experiences with the park has taught me that a lot of their back in sites are kind of small for a 30 foot trailer and since I have troubles backing into 40 acres a pull-through site is very much appreciated.
I know I rant at every opportunity about how making reservations for places to stay takes your freedom, tears it into little bitty pieces, sets them on fire, and stomps the ashes into the ground, so it would be safe to say that I don't take making reservations lightly. But I do understand that there are times and places where making reservations are prudent, and I believe that right now is the time, and this is the place.
I've never made a reservation at Picacho Peak State Park before even though I've been there many times and I've never been turned away. But with the wildflower situation being what it is, and all the Escapees leaving Tucson this weekend I felt that it was wise to trade some freedom for that warm fuzzy feeling of knowing for sure I have a place to stay.
I actually tried to get reservations for three days but they didn't have three days available, I figured 3 days would give me more time to scout the area and see what kind of boondocking was available if I wanted to stay longer.