,A cloudy day again today that kept the temperature down to the low 90s which made it fairly tolerable for me as long as I could stay out of the sun, but that goes against popular opinion now that being in the sun is good for you and apparently scares away the Bat Flu, which may very well be the case but I think those that recommended getting lots of sunshine have never tried standing around in the desert sun.
As much as I enjoy self isolating I am growing weary of being in the same place for so long. As a fulltimer and a boondocker, my normal life is pretty much self isolating anyway and I chose that kind of life for myself, but without the ability to travel whenever and wherever I want that kind of life becomes pretty boring, pretty quick.
I googled up RV shows Tucson Arizona and came up with the RV show that's about to happen right outside my door. It's a four-day show starting on Thursday and they're recommending people wear masks..... there required for ugly people.
I talked to the security guard that was hired to watch over the RVs at night, and was informed there's a lot more RVs coming today. It's put on by the same company that did the other RV shows I visited while I was staying here at the Fairgrounds last year so I imagine it's going to be the same things I saw before.
For me RV shows aren't all that interesting in less I'm at least considering the possibility of buying a new RV, which I'm not so I would've much preferred a Rodeo instead of an RV show. At least at a Rodeo I know a salesman is not going to jump out from behind a fence and try to sell me a horse.
There was a time, long long ago in the pre-Bat flu days when I would've considered living in an RV like this. But in these "not so good old days" I think it would make self isolation, or whatever torment comes after that more difficult than it needs to be.
Now there's absolutely no way I would pay $100,000 for this van, but the sticker price looks very reasonable.
If I had to look at this paint job for very long I think my brain would seize up, and It looks like they had some tire problems on the way to the show. On the other hand they've got plenty of air conditioners which is a great selling point this time of year.
The RV show is starting to encroach on my safe space, but I don't mind because these RVs don't come with noisy neighbors, barking dogs, loud generators, and other folks TV shows I don't like but have to listen to anyway.