I saw lots of young groups when I was in Salida. I don't know what they were doing but they were all wearing some kind of uniform.
The weather hasn't been too hot lately, mostly in the 80s; it clouds up and rains on most afternoons, which is fine with me because it cools everything off and gives me a better night's sleep.
Because of the El Niño weather pattern that we are supposed to be in, I've been looking at some long-range weather forecasts to see what the El Niño is supposed to do. Some weather guessers have said that in the past, El Niño's are an indication that the South, including the Southwest, will be wetter and cooler than normal, including all my normal winter travel areas such as Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.
Wetter and cooler is exactly how I would describe last winter in Arizona and New Mexico, so I'm not very happy with that forecast. But who knows? They're just going on what happened previously and assuming that's what will happen again so I won't worry about it. I don't know where else I could go and get away from cooler, wetter weather, anyway except maybe Miami, Florida. But other than that, I'll deal with whatever I'm faced with and make the best of it.......and speaking of making the best of it.
An Ode To Full-timing by theboondork
I'm really terrible at making plans, and schedules aren't my thing, but I have some expertise enjoying whatever life may bring. Sometimes it's hot, sometimes it's cold, I'm seldom satisfied, but as I watch the morning sun as it rises in the sky, I can see this newborn day will put a twinkle in my eye. And I know no matter where I'm at that I can still enjoy the woods and desert that surround this old stable-boy. So let it rain, bring on the cold I'll manage to survive, cause nothing will stop my joy of living as long as I'm alive.
Boondocking in Buena Vista.
Old Main Street in Buena Vista. I do love old movie theaters, and this Pearl Theater looks like something from the 1950s. Even though the building it's in, is probably from the late 1800s