With our ever vigilant and faithful companions, we moved on to Tuscon, where we plan to spend the next several days.
We spent the night at Sentinel Peak RV park, which I highly recommend to those interested in staying in the city with public transportation and bike paths easily accessible. The park has less then 25 spaces, so it's wise to book in advance. And there is a large public park across the street. Adding to the fun of moving into a new neighborhood almost daily, we have some interesting neighbors. One with a vintage (looking?) Indian that Doug is coveting and another living in an authentic tiny house. My first face-to-face encounter with the real thing! The trucks next to it will give you an idea of how really tiny it is--smaller than our Winnie.
After settling in (we now have water on board for the first time since we left home--yay!), we walked a few blocks to the Mercado San Agustin, a public market. Think much smaller, and a bit more upscale, North Market. And next door, a six-generation Italian family circus had set up for the week. We had delicious cocktails and supper outdoors under a kumquat tree as the sun faded. On the walk back, we took a different route through the neighborhood and saw some houses being remodeled. As you know, we have a passion for looking at houses of all kinds, so having an opportunity to peek in some windows continued to feed our addiction.. Kind of a perfect evening!
Ann, Doug, Moose, Darla, Sunny, and with gratitude, Winnie and Chinny.