The weather guessers had it right this time, it started raining late last night and rained off and on all day so I'm boondocked at the moment in a big fat mud puddle. Folks in the regular sites aren't too much better off, and the roads have some pretty deep mud holes also. But that's the breaks, I'd rather have this rain than snow any day, and if I wanted pristine surfaces to walk on I'd stay in hotels instead of the boondocks.
I'm depending on the desert environment to take care of this problem pretty quick. Between the low humidity, if it ever stops raining, and the desert floor absorbing water like a sponge, I think everything will be back to normal by Monday.
I don't know what the cowboy shooters schedule is but I think this weekend is mostly getting settled in, registering for the various events, and meetings about safety and things like that. I'm not really sure about that, but I do know getting out and shooting in this weather doesn't look like much fun to me.
My boondocking spot on a rainy day. I need waders just to get to the campground road.
And I need waders just to walk down the campground road. Now you can see why the desert is so green in southern Arizona
it was a dark gray day today, somewhat rare in southern Arizona but even as cloudy as it was my solar panels still charged the batteries a little bit.