In addition to the dozens of vendors, there is an enormous tent full of vendors who are vying for the attention of the RV'er. There are also dozens of RV's to go through and check out and hopefully for the vendor, many will want to purchase one.
And we are here, to meet a group of folks who drive 4-wheel drive vehicles - mostly Jeeps. During the day we go off on a trail that someone is willing to lead and explore areas off the beaten path. It is amazing the sights that one sees when exploring the back country.
One day we had lunch at a resort - it started as a concrete slab from a building at a mining site. Over the years, passers-by have added their personal touch in the way of a chair, or some clothing, or whatever they came up with and then some add specific signs. Soon it becomes a stopping point for many.
Another day, the trail leader had a scheduled lunch stop at an old miner's cabin. This time, he provided the lunch with hot dogs. Here too, folks have added their own personal touch and over the years, the cabin has been well equipped.
The vegetation back in the mountains is quite plentiful and very green - due to the multiple rains. Now, if there is some nice warm weather, the desert should come alive with flowers. Hopefully, we will still be here to see this lovely display.
The weather this past week has certainly left a lot to be desired. The daily temps would on occasion hit 60 degrees (14C) with a cold north wind. A couple of mornings we woke to seeing frost on the vehicles. All we had to do is find a spot in the sun, out of the wind, and it was rather pleasant. However, the prediction is for warmer weather this coming week.
As this week comes to a close I hope everyone had a great week and may you have a great week coming up.