My third day and night were exhausting. Setting up at a craft show is always tiring. You get hot, sweaty, dirty, and grimy during the best setups. A hot shower is always welcomed before bed on those evenings and something to look forward to.
Ooops, I'm in a van... I did the best I could with a sponge bath and it was quite refreshing. I am somewhat amazed at how well I'm adjusting to not indulging in daily showers but as I often say, time will tell the story.
The day was a bit grueling but everything was finally setup by the evening. I again needed to make a supply run to Walmart for various necessities. Say what you want about Walmart but as a small business person it was been extremely helpful over the years and in many ways, has made my business possible. I wandered around the store collecting my goods, paid my bill and headed back to the spot where I would park the van for the evening. On the way I grabbed a 2$ burger for dinner and some cold water to wash it down with.
With dinner finished, I settled in for the night to read and took note of the temperature and how blessedly cool it felt . There was even blustery breeze. It was a welcomed sensation against my tired and tortured skin.
I'm currently reading a book entitled Walden On Wheels: On the Open Road from Debt to Freedom by Ken Ilgunas. I'll let you know what I think. Is he a Henry David Thoreau? Probably not but we'll see. It's an interesting read so far.
Sleep came in shifts and for me that evening, it was a split shift. My new bed is exceedingly comfortable and the breeze was so nice but my mind was running amok and took its own sweet time settling down.
The good news is that I solved the biggest space hog issue I have but that's a story and photo-op for another day.