I'm seeing a very odd sight going on at the Fairgrounds today, and the sight is odd enough that if I hadn't seen it before I probably wouldn't know what was going on, but it appears their moving RVs into the Fairgrounds for an RV show.
Now all four of you that follow my blog probably remember that I've seen two RV shows while staying here at the Fairgrounds in the past, so I recognize one forming up when I see it, and it certainly looks like one is forming up.
If there's going to be an RV show next weekend it will be very interesting to see how they do it......
Will everyone be wearing masks and gloves?
Will there be a salesman stationed outside every RV to make sure there's not too many people going inside? [ God I hope not, salesman can kill the fun of being at an RV show quicker than just about anything ].
Will people be wiping down the door handles?
Will they let somebody that looks like me into the RV show? [ I normally look pretty bad but self isolating has taken that to a new level ].
Will they be taking everyone's temperature before you can look inside an RV? [ if they do I hope they don't use rectal thermometers like Walmart ].
Will anyone come to an RV show under our current Bat flu circumstances? It appears to me that most of the people that come to RV shows are on the north side of geezerly and considered by the government to be elderly and in need of self isolation till the end of time. That would seem to not bode well for an RV show.
That's a lot of questions that need to be answered, and I'm not sure I'll get any answers because on Saturday I have to re-up or leave so I may or may not find out how well RV shows are going to do in the age of the Bat flu.
It sure looks like an RV show coming to town, there's no folding chairs sitting outside the RVs so they can't be other people's campers, and I don't see three dogs and a cat tied to the landing gear. None of the air conditioners are running so no human could live for more than five minutes in those RVs, and the price tags are a dead giveaway that there's an RV salesman lurking around the corner somewhere.
Yeah, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say there's an RV show coming to the Pima County Fairgrounds.
This Arctic Fox RV of course isn't for sale, I'm rather fond of it and plan on being buried in it.... As long as I don't have to dig the hole. Which means the Arctic Fox has to last at least another 30 years.
The irrigation sprinklers do an amazing job of cooling off the area every night when they come on late in the afternoon.