I didn't go to the RV show here at the fairgrounds this weekend, I was just too tired from walking around the rodeo. But I did take a picture of this class C sitting out front because I had to walk past It on the way to the rodeo.
Another day at the rodeo but I wasn't there as long as I was yesterday. I needed to get some groceries and diesel fuel before I leave tomorrow so I went to a gas station and stopped at a Fry's grocery store and didn't get back to the rodeo until about 10 o'clock.
I like to go to a regular grocery store every once in a while just to make sure Walmart is still the cheapest place to buy stuff, and as usual it still is. Now one can argue about the quality and freshness of the meats and fresh vegetables but I just compare prices to things I use all the time like canned soups, milk and butter, ordinary things that should be the same no matter what store you go to. I've noticed some things are cheaper at regular grocery stores if they're on sale but what good does that do me, I don't use coupons, and I don't know when things are on sale, so I'd rather just go to Walmart where the prices stay about the same.
I came home from the rodeo about 3 o'clock so I got to see a couple more events than I saw yesterday and I wasn't nearly as tired today as I was yesterday. Which is a good thing because I've still got stuff to do before I leave tomorrow. I've decided to go to Ajo Arizona, because I really enjoyed it last year when I was there. So with any luck when I post my blog tomorrow I'll be somewhere in the area of Ajo happily boondocking in the desert.
Goat tying contestant jumping off of a perfectly good horse at full gallop. Piggin string clenched tightly in her teeth.
When you jump off of a galloping horse, just as you might imagine, the next thing that often happens is a face plant in the dirt. This gives the piggin string its first two flavors of dirt and horse manure.
And the girls go through all that just so they can throw a goat on the ground and tie his legs together adding the final flavor of goat to the piggin string.
Barrel racer at full speed.
Slowing down for the turn. I can't remember if these girls are junior high or high school barrel racers. and it's hard to tell because their skill levels are about the same, they all ride like they were born on a horse