However, it is possible to have a FedEx man show up at your wilderness.* I got a call asking about a physical address, and I explained that we were parked in the desert and didn't have one. He was ready and even kinda willing to bring it out to The Desert, Arizona, USA, but we assured him we didn't mind meeting him in town for a pick-up. The truth is, we hadn't tidied up The Desert lately, and were embarrassed for him to see it this way.
Same thing happened with UPS, when a helpful delivery guy met us out behind the Safeway with the other transients without addresses. I noticed, but did not remark, that the other addressless people behind the Safeway had beverages, but I didn't tell them we were coming so I can't feel insulted.
*Results not typical.
While we were pried loose from the rig, we went for a drive.
|No stopping. No standing. No walking. No biking. No parking. No fishing. No spitting. No throwing things from dam. No jumping. Please enjoy your stay.|
|No photographing Lake Havasu.|
|I'm not sure if he photobombed us or vice versa.|
|OKAY! I won't! I'm ready!! No feeding! No harassing!|
|STOP TORTURING ME!!|
|Me: "HEEHAW! HEEHAW!"|
Annie: "You're harassing them."
Me: "Hi! Hi!"
Annie: "You're too aggressively friendly."
Me: "hi! hi!"
|Hey! What's this?|
|"Excuse me, but this is a rather private..."|
|"Look, I don't mean to be rude, but could..."|
|"No parking. No staring. No harassing. Got any burro food?"|
~~~~~~~Thanks for your comments yesterday. Annie watched the video that I couldn't bring myself to see, and said that the infirmary needed an intervention. And so, the perfect became the enemy of the good, as you so truthfully pointed out in many ways.