I mentioned before that I've moved into an RV park in Mesa for a month or so. This is kind of a new experience for me, but I have to say I'm enjoying it.
I have a nice spot that has some late afternoon shade.
There's lots to do in the area, and the park, while not fancy, does have a nice pool and hot tub.
There are oleander bushes and cactus behind the rig. This is the view out the bathroom window in back.
And I've put out a hummingbird feeder on my picture window. This is a female Anna's hummingbird, I think. The males are too quick to get a picture of.
Other birds are interested in the feeder, but these House Finches with their fat beaks are just dreaming. (I should really clean that window...)
The contortionist Gila Woodpecker can actually get a drink -
Although she looks pretty contrite about it.
One day I discovered what was on the other side of the wall behind me. Rusty stuff!!!
On Wednesday, we went back again to Superstition Skies to see Brant and Kerry. With Phil and I were my sister, Barbara, "brother-in-law" Ron (taking the picture), WIN friend Joanne, and fellow blogger, Yair, of Our Take on Freedom. His blog is one of my favorites, because they must be the most outgoing couple on the road. They really get to know everyone they meet.
Yair and his wife Ayo are fulltime RVers in their 20s. (Unfortunately, she was out of town.) We had a great time listening to his stories and teasing him about his age, because he didn't know any of the songs that Brant and Kerry played.