I drove all the way to Laughlin Nevada today which is about 240 miles and is substantially over my self-imposed limit of daily driving. Checking the weather report last night it was predicted to have high winds for the next three days in the area I would be driving so I figured I'd better get settled into a casino parking lot before all that hit the fan.
So now with the blessings of the Riverside resort hotel and casino I'm currently boondocked in the parking lot and enjoying the 80° temperatures which are predicted for at least the next week. Security told me that they have an official two-week stay limit, but if you don't cause any trouble you can stay as long as you want, that's the kind of rules I like.
I know 80° may sound warm to some folks, but it feels really good to me and night times are supposed to be in the low 60s which is good sleeping weather. And remember this is a desert so the humidity is very low.
I have officially given up on the wireless cameras, neither one of them was of any help at all the entire day, they simply don't have a picture on long enough to be of any use at all. As much as I hate to admit defeat these cameras have defeated me. So I'll be ordering some wired cameras as soon as I get settled down somewhere.
the famous thumbs-up rock formation that greets you just before you get to Laughlin Nevada. I don't think it could be more perfect if someone carved it that way.
the Arctic Fox happily ensconced at the Riverside resort parking lot, for an indeterminate length of time.