There may come a time when TLE and I decide to put down roots again.....it may be sooner than later, or later than sooner....who knows?......but we do know at some point we may find a place we cannot leave. We don't give that much thought right now, but it is always there just over a horizon we have not yet reached. For now, as we make preparations to once again roll the wheels of our "home" we are hearing the the call of the next horizon......there are people yet to meet, new highways to explore,as and new things to see and experience.
Nevertheless, when it is time to say "until next time" and that bittersweet feeling wells up in us once again we will accept it.....we will embrace it, because we believe there will be a next time. We are part of a "movable village", part of a diverse community that has no boundaries, and is made up of homes with wheels, in which some of the coolest people on earth reside. Come, "ride" along with us as the adventure continues.....
Monday (first Saturday) we decided to take a drive with Tom and Darlene up to Wickenburg, AZ about 20 miles north of Wittmann.....Tom needed to pick up a 30 gallon weed sprayer he had ordered at Tractor Supply. In addition, we wanted to explore the downtown area, and get some lunch in the process.....not in any particular order.
We left Wittmann around 11:20 am and reached Wickenburg around 11:45.....first stop was El Ranchero Mexican Restaurant upon which Yelp has bestowed a 4.5 star rating.....I'm not sure I would go that far....I'm thinking 3.5 to 4 stars, but it was good. Next we drove over to the "historic downtown" area of Wickenburg to walk around and see what might interest us.....unfortunately, at least on this day, nothing really caught our attention, so we got back in the truck and headed over to Tractor Supply where a lot of things caught our attention.....we spent about 40 minutes browsing up and down the isles while Tom acquired his 30 gallon weed sprayer.....with 1.5 acres you need a big weed sprayer!
On our way home a used tractor sales lot caught Tom's eye, so we stopped.....Tom likes tractors, and he likes blue, so it was only natural that this Lenar tractor caught his attention.