We are about to wrap-up a 1-month stay at the Yuma Proving Grounds Desert Breeze RV Resort.
Or, as I call it, Camp Boom-Boom
This is a record for me staying in one spot. It’s been (mostly) fun but not very blog-worthy unless you are into pretty bad amateur bowling.
Debbie and I have kept busy, not only working on our bowling skills, but doing the gym, movies, cheeseburgers, billiards, dog walking, and even had a brief bout with a jigsaw puzzle. Good clean living, as Glenn would say.
And then, there is work. The RV Park clubhouse has offered my most traditional office set-up yet.
Occasionally we make the half-hour drive into town via Highway 24 which passes by some divine date farms.
In town, we spot a rare two-headed semi!
This stationary interlude has allowed time for a home improvement project. I picked up some window film at Home Depot.
The covering provides privacy, a nice pop of color, and is more attractive than the closed curtain.
I also picked up some incredibly realistic battery-operated candles at Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
Amazing how something so simple can enhance this small space in such a big way.
I’m giving this e-cloth a trial run.
I read about these sponges on Teardropping In Paradise and ordered one from Amazon. What attracted me is the soap-free feature and the fact that they can be machine washed (300 times!). That's about 6 years of use.
We’ve had discussions on other blogs about cracked and bleeding fingertips – a problem I’m convinced results from the drying effects of dishwashing liquid. So far, the sponge performs as advertised and exceeds my expectations on tough stains – like that stubborn microwaved-coffee-mug one.
Speaking of RV gadgets, I want to share this Kinivo battery-operated mini-speaker that is so handy in my tiny space. I've used it for a couple of years now.
The Kinivo was a suggestion from a fellow Roadtrekker – thanks Joni! The little cutie supplements my laptop speakers and is helpful for listening to podcasts while driving.
Next week, we leave Yuma and head west. Way back in January, I expected to be heading east by now but there is more fun to be had.