Davis Monthan AFB
Since Joe is retired Air Force we have the privilege to "camp" at the FamCamps that most military bases have. Some are good and some are not. Here at Agave Gulch there are about 160 spaces, all very clean, plenty of room for the trailer and truck. The big MHs that have four slide outs are a little tight for me, but that's just me. Our little Airstream is usually lost between the big MHs. The laundry room is clean and very inexpensive. There is P/W/E w/ 50 amp. The commissary is open 7 days a week. We were here about 12 years ago and the campground is about double the size now. If the campground is full they have a large dry camp and you can usually get in in about 3 days. They also have space for RVers to stay if they want a 3 month contract, first come first serve. We will probably stay here again in the future, even though I like the State or Federal parks best. We will be moving to Gilbert Ray Campground in a few days which is a Pima County park. We have never been there but I have heard that it's nice. So much for campgrounds.
Buddy, Buddy, Buddy, what can I say. Over the last five years or so he had tissue/muscle damage to his his wrist, now it has severe arthritis that needed laser treatments, chronic ear infections, several sebaceous cysts, thyroid, BP and heart murmur problems along with an enlarged liver and spleen. Now he has a ruptured ACL that will require surgery and a 8 - 12 week recovery. And of course we are in Tucson. Of course we love our little Buddy so we are going to go home the middle of February instead of the end of March. I would rather have him recuperate at home in cold Olympia, WA than in the warm trailer in Tucson. Plus we are planning on going to Alaska this summer. I notified our vet at Hawks Prairie Vet Clinic in Lacey, Wa and she is looking forward to seeing him and setting him up with a surgeon as soon as we get home.
Buddy getting in trouble last year when he chewed open a spaghetti squash. He ate big hunks of it.
On a short little hike in the desert
Last summer at the vet's office getting ready for laser treatments.
Looks pretty cool with those protective shades.
That's about it for today, tomorrow we hope to drive to the top of Mt Lemon.
Oh, poor Buddy. Our cat Elvis ate a plastic candy wrapper last night. Hope it passes and doesn't require surgery to remove an intestinal blockage. Guess we'll just watch and wait. It's always something with our pets!ReplyDelete
I hope Elvis does ok, that could be a sticky mess.ReplyDelete
It looks like your dog is a vegetarian just like our Olivia. Maybe staying in the Airstream would keep him quiet and speed up his recovery.ReplyDelete