Click the RV pics, it might put you in a traveling mood.
I went for a walk on one of the trails yesterday morning, but it was pretty boring so I didn't take many pictures. I found it more interesting to walk through the campground looking at the RVs.
Well, this is something different. Instead of writing this blog post at at the last minute like I normally would, which explains a lot about why my blog looks like it does, I'm writing this at 7 a.m. Sunday morning. And why would I be doing that? First of all, because I can. I have no rules about writing my blog because rules and deadlines create stress, and I write this blog for fun, not because I have to.
And second, because I'm going to be heading east on I-10, I'm just sitting here killing time until the sun gets high enough in the sky that I won't be blinded by the sun, as I head due east towards Tucson,
And speaking of Tucson, I can't make up my mind if I want to stop in Tucson today and hunker down for the holidays or continue on to Tombstone, spend a few days, and then go back to Tucson for the holidays.
I can think of good reasons to do either one, and my biggest concern is that I don't want to deal with Christmas traffic and Christmas hassles if I stay too long in Tombstone.
So if I'm having fun in Tombstone and get delayed coming back to Tucson, I might get caught up in some holiday highway madness that I had rather avoid. And I'm thinking that the Christmas rush might start earlier this year since many people aren't working and don't have to wait until the last minute to head for grandma's house.
Some schools are staying closed for the holidays longer, and the newest Bat flu, coupled with shortages, may cause folks to start their holiday vacation earlier.
Whatever it is, I don't want to be traveling while it's going on, so it may be safer to hunker down in Tucson early than to wait until it's too late. But since I can't make up my mind, I'll just wait until I get somewhere and see how I feel when I get there.
PS.... Now it's 2 o'clock in the afternoon..... I stopped at a Walmart in Tucson to get a few groceries, since I was going to need some whether I stayed in Tucson or went on to Tombstone, and I not only got my third shot while I was at Walmart so now I have all three shots, Rabies, Parvo, and Distemper. I finally made up my mind to keep on heading east to Tombstone but only stay for two days, so hopefully, I can beat feet back to Tucson on Tuesday morning and avoid the holiday traffic.
These are some really nice folks. But Since I didn't talk to them, how do I know that? It's because of what they've done to their campsite. They have Christmas lights on the back of their Airstream, a sign out front with their names, where there from, and part of their life history. There's a pinwheel that spins when the wind blows, and pink flamingos in their front and backyard. And I would be willing to bet if I had stopped and talked to them they probably would've put a beer in my hand, pulled me up a chair, and talked for an hour.... Because that's what good RVers do.
The ubiquitous Volkswagen camper Van.
This camper van has Winnebago written all over it, but no matter how many Winnebago badges you put on it.... It's still Dodge.
This is another Dodge Ram camper Van. But I don't see any other badges on it, so maybe it was actually made by Dodge.
The little bronco, looking sad and ineffectual amongst all the fancy vans.
Picacho peak. I really shouldn't say Picacho peak because Picacho is Spanish for peak. So what I'm actually saying is peak peak.