We started out the day planning a trip to the post office to pick up our mail. The post office is in the small town of Congress--it is only about 5 miles down the road and truly is not much more than a wide spot in the road.
After retrieving the mail, we decided we might go down to Wickenburg and stop in at the visitors center to pick up some brochures on the area. Once there, we decided to go ahead and visit the museum. The price for admission was about $14.00 for the two of us. We enjoyed the museum and learned a lot about the history of Wickenburg and the Vulture Gold Mine. Next it was on to the ‘main event’ at the museum which is an art exhibit called “Cowgirl Up”. Wonderful western art created by women artist. Wish I could have taken some photos to share with you all, but of course that is a big “NO, NO” in the art world. After the museum, we walked around downtown Wickenburg and checked out a few of the other shops. Cute stuff, but none of it came home to live with us :-)
After our tour of the downtown and museum we decided to stop at a little Mexican restaurant for a late lunch. After stuffing ourselves, we headed back to the fiver. I decided a nap was in order and DH sat down at his computer. A little later, came a knock on our door. One of our rv neighbors asked if he could have a tour of our Americana. He had heard about them, but never seen one. So, DH gave him the grand tour.
Supper time came and went--both of us still full from lunch. Our usual evening of tv and recliner-ville and than off to bed. We will see what tomorrow brings.......