The temperature cooled off to the low 90s today so I only had to run the air conditioner for three or four hours instead of all day, I really appreciated the peace and quiet for a change. I don't think RV air conditioners are much noisier than any other air conditioner but mine is only 5 feet from my head so when is running it's pretty hard to miss.
I re-upped for another week yesterday. I had to think long and hard about it this time but I figure the country is in the first stages of opening up this month so there's a better chance of things getting back to normal the later I wait, and it looks like the riots are starting to die down so they will be less of a concern later in the month.
It looks like despite the fact that I don't really care, I will still get a chance to experience the beginning of another RV show on Thursday. I wish it was interesting to me because I know an RV show is kind of a big deal but my one track mind makes it difficult for me to feel any enthusiasm for something that I don't have any interest in at the moment.
Now something I am interested in at the moment is a new camera that Canon is coming out with later this year. It's called the EOS R5 and looks like it's going to be Canons top-of-the-line mirror-less full frame digital camera that does everything except drive you to the best spot to take the picture. I keep hoping for a camera to come along that is so technologically advanced it can actually make up for my lack of skill, talent, creativity, and imagination... This could be the one.
Of all the incredible things it does the thing I'm looking forward to the most is it has an articulated viewing screen which means that I can put the camera close to the ground and turn the viewing screen up so I can see the flower I'm trying to take a picture of while I'm standing up, instead of having to lay my geezerly body on the ground so I can see the flower through the camera's eyepiece, and then having to lay there until someone comes along and picks me up.
The mouth of the deadly dangerous Desert Sand Shark? If it is, this is the last sight you will see before you disappear beneath the sand where your screams can't be heard and nothing will remain but your footprints and the smell of fear.
A couple of horsey people moseyed through the campground this morning, but it was getting close to 9 o'clock so they were moseying kind of fast to get back home and beat the heat.