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Billowing smoke hangs over the Tucson area from the Bighorn Fire, and looks pretty ominous even from the Fairgrounds. I reckon I'm safe here..... As long as the wind doesn't change.
I made an error [first one ever] when I said there was going to be a drive-in movie at the outdoor concert area next to me this weekend. It turns out this weekend, the drive-in movie is going to be at the race track, which is still the Fairgrounds. It's just a different area than I'm at. And then the weekend after that it's going to be here where I'm camping because I'm where the concessionaires will Park during the movie.
Then the weekend after that there's something going on here at the Fairgrounds with the country singer Garth Brooks doing a video concert, not sure what it is but none of it affects me of course because I'll be long gone [I hope]. So I don't have to move, and I can sit here until I leave Monday morning.
While I was re-upping, I saw a horse trailer pulling into the event center and asking the lady doing my paperwork about it she said she thought they were doing another Hunter Jumper thing this weekend. This sounded great to me because I should be all packed up and ready to go before the weekend, so a horse event will give me something to do. It seems odd somebody with a horse would show up on Wednesday and just hang around till Saturday, but who knows? Maybe I can poke around and find out what's going on tomorrow.
This isn't a very good picture but I saw this bee-hemoth of a bee [see what I did there?] buzzing around and I thought it was a hummingbird at first. He didn't stay long and for obvious reasons I didn't want to get right up in his face so this picture is the best I could do.
Sometimes the Fairgrounds looks more tropical than it does deserty.