I drove into town this morning, bought a few groceries and topped up my fuel tank at $2.99 a gallon for diesel.
Even by 10 o'clock this morning it was easy to tell that it was going to be a hot day so I put out my awning for the first time since I left Denver, and it will shade the side of the trailer where the Sun mostly hits, also by opening up a couple windows and turning on my vent fans I can usually cool things off enough so it's not uncomfortable by afternoon. I've learned that the key to staying cool without an air conditioner is to start cooling the Arctic Fox before it gets hot inside, if I wait till it's hot inside it's usually too late to do anything about it.
It was such a beautiful day I walked around the desert a little bit and took a few more tiny flower pictures. I see miles of desert all around me and I don't see hardly any normal sized flowers, but there's bunches of fingernail sized flowers that grow really close to the ground they just don't get big enough to color the desert floor
As much as I like being here at the Ajo rodeo arena I'm getting a little antsy and feel like I need a new view, but so far I haven't decided where I would like to go. I want to stay in the general Phoenix area because there should be some wild flower blooms around there but so far I haven't heard of any areas that have enough flowers to cause me to move.
When this happens to me I tend to get stuck in a rut and become mentally unable to move. My procrastination causes me to put off doing anything, my lack of ambition makes me not care if I do anything or not, and my laziness makes me feel like not putting forth any effort to solve the problem. So I just stay put unable to move until something big comes along and knocks me out of my comfort zone. I think what I need now is for someone to move in next door with six barking dogs and a contractor generator.