Last night as I was moseying around the Internet I accidentally bumped into some information that helped me decide where I want to go when I leave Ajo.
Last year when I was staying at Ben Avery gun range in Phoenix, it just so happened that there was a cowboy action shooting event going on, their official name is SASS, "Single-Action Shooting Society", which I wrote about in my blog at the time, and had an entertaining week watching the very colorful event. And last night I found out that they're going to be at Ben Avery again the last week of February which gave me one more reason to go to Ben Avery when I leave Ajo.
So now I don't have to waste any more of my limited brain cells thinking about where I want to go, or having to wrestle with difficult decisions of what to do, the answer just fell right into my lap, which is the logical place it would fall since I'm usually sitting. I think this is yet another example of the benefits of indecisiveness and further justifies theboondork's "Rules of Life" number 12 which says, "Sometimes if you put off making decisions life will make the decision for you and then you won't have yourself to blame if you don't like where you end up".
I'm still keeping up with what's going on with the Coronavirus and it seems to get scarier every day. I know it's barely in the United States so far, but the way it has spread to other countries, and it's obvious were not gonna stop people from all those countries coming here, it probably won't be long before it's going to become a real problem for us. I know I'm relatively safe living the kind of lifestyle I live in the winter, but in the summer I'm going to be back in a big city with crowds of people again and I'm at the age where ending up in the hospital with Coronavirus appears to be pretty common and survival rates are pretty slim. It looks like Summer is going to be very interesting.
The wild blue yonder.
A cloudy boondocking day. even with the skies looking like this the solar panels still fully charged the batteries.