The weather has been really great for the last week or so, it looks like we've pulled out of the pattern of having a few nice days and then a few bad days because the latest weather forecast shows low 70s where I'm at for the next 10 days.
Yesterday morning I accidentally woke up about sunrise and since it was Sunday I thought it might be a good chance to go into town and take some early morning pictures of downtown Ajo when no one's around.
That seemed like a good idea until my laziness spoke up and said that sounds like a lot of work to get dressed, get the camera ready, and drive 3 miles into town, all before you've even had breakfast......
Just about then my procrastination chimed in and said, your probably going to be here for a couple more Sundays, why rush out and take pictures now? Wait till next Sunday, next Sunday will be a better day to take pictures anyway......
Fortunately my indecisiveness jumped up and said, HOLD ON THERE!! Why are you putting yourself through all this stress and worry about when to take a picture? Taking pictures is a hobby and you can take a picture whenever you feel like it, this Sunday, next Sunday, what difference does it make? just go back to bed and don't worry about it ........ That's what I love about my indecisiveness it always knows just what to do.
My neighborhood at the old rodeo grounds in Ajo. There's about ten of us boondocker's here right now, which is a few more than when I first got here. I kind of thought with the "Big Show" going on in Quartzsite I might be the only one here. But it looks like I'm not the only one that doesn't like dealing with the crowds in Quartzsite during the "Big Show".
Someone actually lives here at the old rodeo grounds. In all the weeks I've spent here I've only seen this person twice. And this is the only RV that looks permanent, everyone else seems to come and go. I've see evidence that county employees come here and do things every now and then, and they don't seem to care about this permanent set up.
This is behind the rough stock chutes at the old rodeo grounds. The board walkways are where the riders would stand before they mount their Broncos and Bulls, and the helpers would be to get the animals and riders ready to go.