Lazy Days and Marathon Nights . . .

About 1pm Jan and I headed over to the FMCA Rally being held at the Lazydays RV Campground here in Tucson. We got a day pass to check out the vendors and see if they had anything new or interesting.

Jan did find a couple of things that caught her eye, and I wanted to talk to the Blue Ox guy to see about them doing a  reconditioning on my Blue Ox Aventa Tow Bar. He gave me his card and said to call him tomorrow about 11am and he’d see if he could fit me in.

We also walked around  and checked in with some of the vendors we know from Nick and Terry’s Gypsy Rallies. Jan said it was good to meet up with some of our RV friends because no matter where you go,  they always make you feel at home.

Before we left the park we drove around a bit. Back in 2007 we stayed here for a week while we were attending our first Life on Wheels seminar. Back then it was called Beaudry RV and we had rented a CruiseAmerica Class C and spent 3 weeks driving around the southwest to be sure we really wanted to start RV’ing.

Beaudry-LazyDays 2007 Site

And as it turns out, we did want to.

And here we are.

Before heading home we stopped off at the Target on Old Spanish Trail so Jan could add to her bracelet collection since she still had a little space left on the bracelet holder I showed you yesterday.

She’d seen these animal style bracelet and wanted to check them out. And since she like what she saw, she came home with all four.Giraffe Bracelet

                  Zebra Bracelet

Fish Bracelet    


                  Elephant Bracelet

Getting home later in the afternoon we ended up watching a Warehouse 13 marathon on the SyFy channel. We missed a lot of episodes while we were gate guarding, so it’s nice to be able to catch up before the 5th season starts the end of April.


Thought for the Day:

"What some people mistake for the high cost of living is really the cost of high living." — Doug Larson



4 Responses

  1. I need to take a look at Warehouse 13. And it is interesting that we, too, attended a Life on Wheels seminar in 2007, but in Ankeny, Iowa.
    Life changing as it turned out — even though we are back in a sticks and stucco house, we recall those years fondly. We miss seeing you guys.

  2. Keep us posted on getting your Blue Ox tow bar refurbished.


  3. George,

    We went to the Life on Wheels in Tucson in both 2007 and 2008, and enjoyed them a lot.

    In fact that’s where we first met Nick.

  4. Davy,

    They haven’t called me yet this morning, so I may have to catch them down the road.

    We’ll see how it goes.

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