A few of the vendors at Winter Range. You can buy everything from jerky to long johns. And due to the temperatures the long johns are selling quite well.
I had to pack up and move today, and I think it might qualify as the shortest move I've ever made because I had to go about 100 feet to another camp site. But that record won't last for long because on Sunday the 24th I have to move again, this time to the campsite right next to me.
This is what happens when you don't make reservations and you arrive during the busiest month of the year. But actually I don't mind, I'd rather move twice than have to worry about keeping to a reservation schedule. And after all even though I didn't make reservations at Ben Avery's and I'm here during the busiest month of the entire year, I've still got a place to stay.
And speaking of full, when I was at the escapees club in Casa Grande, they were full. I called the Lost Dutchman state Park in the Superstition Mountains just outside of Phoenix to see if I could spend some time there in March, and they said they were full. I went to a local county Park here called Cave Creek Regional Park and asked them about a few days in March, and they said they were full. I'm not sure what all that means, and I don't like the sound of it but it makes me really glad I'm set up for boondocking
And speaking of boondocking I don't know where I'm going from here I just know I'm supposed to leave Ben Avery on the 27th. But I think I may either go to Ajo Arizona or find out where the flowers are blooming and go there. I'm not sure yet but what I am sure of is I can't depend on RV parks having room for me so I better be prepared to be self-sufficient.
These guys look like a bunch of cattle thieving dry gulchers if there ever was.
You'll see a lot of what looks like baby carriages sitting around but they're actually the carts that the Cowboys carry all their guns, ammo, and other shooting paraphernalia to the various events.