Monday, February 19
The boys are catching a sunbeam while they nap on the bed. They stopped fussing to go outside after the first potty run (and I do mean RUN) of the day.
The cold wind blowing across the grassland of Altar Valley and through our campsite at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge keeps us inside the Best Little Trailer today.
I do quickly snap a couple photos to give you an idea of the change in our weather since yesterday.
Not until noon does the sun make a strong appearance above our home. Even though the sky is blue again, the wind is bitter cold. Rather than freeze my batukus off, running around outside with a camera, the rest of this post’s photos are ones I took previously.
Later . . . .
The sun has set. I’m about nutso from the Best Little Trailer being pounded all day by the wind. The boys are in bed for the night. I’m very relieved Reggie and Roger gave up and made an early retreat into slumber because I ran out of ways to entertain them within the walls of this little, plastic capsule we call home.
Obviously, I didn’t move our camp today.
We probably won’t move tomorrow either. It’s too darn cold to be fooling around outside breaking camp and setting up a new one. Not to mention driving and towing in wind.
Wait a minute. Let me revise that. I may have to drive over to the Arivaca Mercantile tomorrow . . . .
I’m almost out of tortillas!
NOTE: A blogorino alerted me to a YouTube video that she thought I would like to see because my blog is mentioned in it.
The video is the creation of “longtime vandweller,” Bob Wells. You may know Bob as the instigator of the popular Rubber Tramp Rendezvous that explodes on the desert scene each year, as well as the master and commander of a very informative website called cheaprvliving. com.
(The video is at YouTube “Snowbird Schedule Part 2: How to Find Campsites.”)
Bob, if you’re reading this . . . I appreciate you directing your viewers to my blog with an enthusiastic thumbs up in your excellent video. Thank you! — Sue
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When Reggie and Roger first met — Rogerson, Idaho, May 2017
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