It was a quiet day today and I didn't do much of anything except relax and think, more relaxing than thinking. In fact I'm not even sure I was thinking but I can remember relaxing so maybe I was just thinking about relaxing, But anyway.
I've had two more RVs park near me since yesterday, and one is like 30 feet away. What in the world is in people's minds that do that. There was literally a football field of empty space around me and someone has to park 30 feet from the back of the Arctic Fox. I just don't get it.
Why does someone boondock out in the desert where people normally go for some peace and quiet and to not have people parked all around you and then pull up right next to a stranger. It just doesn't make any sense.
There are people here that are parked close to each other, but their friends, they got 10 chairs arranged around a campfire, there going in and out of each other's trailers. Their close together on purpose.
You would think the fact that I'm sitting off by myself would tell people that I don't want to listen to your generator, your TV, your music, or your domestic discussions, but it doesn't, apparently to some people that means, I'm really lonely please park so close to me I can't put out my awning.
And It's not like this is the first time it's ever happened, it seems to happen to me all the time, and the only thing that I can think of that would explain it is there must be a rumor going around that people in Arctic Fox's are nice, friendly folks that are a joy to be around. Well I'm starting a new rumor right now. Fact is Arctic Fox people are mean, cruel, unwashed, half crazed crackheads running from the law, and if you don't want to be overcome by the smell you should park at least 100 yards away.
I'll give it some time for that to get around and see if it helps.
These three pictures are just views around my neighborhood