It’s early summer in Ajo these days.
That’s what it feels like to me. I recently packed away the remainder of my summer clothes in the “closet” in the Perfect Tow Vehicle. I figured I wouldn’t need them for a month or more. I find myself this morning rooting around in the PTV for some short pants and a sleeveless top. In my mind January is meant to be like this!
It’s fun having good friends right down the road.
Ann and Bill hike the wash up to our campsite, or the crew and I stop at their campsite on the way into town. It’s a bit too far for Spike (old), Bridget (gimpy), and me (old and gimpy) to hike. I do think I could hike it easily, but I don’t hike anywhere without my trusty crew!
Bridget and Spike trot up to visit their canine friends.
Ann makes custom stained glass windows for RV doors.
The one on the left is in the door of Ann and Bill’s new Cedar Ridge travel trailer. I’ve seen it in person and the photo does not come close to doing it justice. These are replacement windows. The ones above cannot be purchased because they are made-to-order, one-of-a-kind. To see and read more about Ann’s creations, go to her website, Little House Stained Glass.
Ann is working on a new order right now. Whenever I stop at their campsite, I go over to her work table under the awning to see the progress she’s made.
Have you seen the new Shopping List and Links page?
It’s up at the top, replacing Readers RVing Resources page. As you may already know, as a WordPress blogger, I’m not allowed to put ads (Amazon widgets) on my blog. However, I am allowed to put HTML links within the text of my blog. The Shopping List and Links page is a way to represent Amazon and still stay within WordPress rules.
See this link?
If you click on a link inserted in a post (like the one above) or on a link you see on the “Shopping List and Links” page, and then you buy something, Amazon pays me a commission. You get stuff in the mail and I get stuff in my bank account.
“Shopping List and Links” is a work in progress. More products will be added, including those readers suggest, as long as the products are available through Amazon.
This is so much fun!
Scenes of the Sonoran Desert, southern Arizona