Clicking the pics is a good bet that you can't lose.
This is the back of the Bluewater Hotel Casino that's on the Colorado River. It's an Indian casino on Indian land. They do a really good job here, and the casino is beautiful.
I had a peaceful night's sleep last night, but some workmen woke me up too early this morning making some noise, but I used that as an opportunity to get up, get dressed, and take a few pictures as the sun came up. I've always felt that it's best to try and look on the bright side of life.
I didn't do much today, mostly because I was lazy. I did take a few pictures of the inside of the bronco, but I just took pictures of small areas of the bronco, like the kitchen, my sofa, or my bedroom. By doing that, I was able to move all the debris that I normally live with to areas of the bronco that didn't show up in the picture. I don't know what I'm going to do when I have to take a picture of the entire inside of the bronco.... I guess I could temporarily throw my detritus and rubble outside while I take the picture.
I did some Christmas shopping last night on Amazon so that the grandkids will get their Christmas presents in the next couple of days. But, unfortunately, Amazon makes it way too easy to buy Christmas presents.
Oh, how I miss the good old days of going to a local mall on Christmas Eve night and competing with 10,000 other last-minute shoppers for what few remaining scraps of merchandise were left. Yes, my clothes were torn, I had a few bruises, and it's very possible I paid $150 for $20 worth of crap. But driving home, I had a great deal of personal satisfaction knowing that I had not only survived another Christmas but after all that I still managed to have a tiny spark of Christmas spirit left, which was just enough to make me do it all over again the next year.
This is the entrance to the front of the casino
They even have a movie theater here, but I'm pretty sure they'd rather have you gambling than watching a movie. I know in Las Vegas it took them a long time before they would even put TVs in the hotel rooms. If you're not on the casino floor you're wasting time as far as the casinos concerned.
This is one end of the hotel, it very much resembles an Aztec temple. Rumor has it, if you don't pay your hotel bill they take you to the top, cut out your heart, and throw you down the stairs. I can't even imagine what they do to you if you don't pay the casino. But Indians were not known for compassion dealing with enemies, or people that owe them money.
A houseboat is basically an RV on the water. The biggest difference is, a slide is not recommended for regular RVs. I guess it would be okay if you were camped, but a mighty poor idea if you were driving down the street.