We got to Prescott on Tuesday afternoon, and settled into the RV park. We are staying at the Point of rocks RV park and it’s pretty nice. I spent Tuesday and Wednesday feeling like hell though, so we didn’t do much. Why did I feel like hell you ask, well, Sunday night we drove up onto a plateau to see the eclipse. We were at ground zero in Southern Utah for eclipse viewing so we thought we had better make the most of it. The problem, there were cedar gnats EVERYWHERE!! And they loved me, a lot! I had a bad reaction to all the bites I got that night. Besides itching from head to toe, it felt like my insides were itchy and crawly too. I called my mom on Tuesday night to see what could possibly help, she is a nurse practitioner, and she said benadryl, which I hate. So I spent Wednesday in a haze and still not feeling great. Thankfully all was well on Thursday morning and we went for a great hike in the morning. Then we took the dogs into downtown, which is very, very dog friendly, and they got to visit Whiskers barkery and a couple of other shops. (More about Whiskers barkery on Roxy the traveling dog) Then we took them back to the trailer so they could rest, and we went back downtown to crawl through all the great antique shops. There are 5 or 6 shops all together on one street in downtown, and they are great. All the stores are set up the same. People rent a little booth space and fill it up with what they want to sell. This keeps the prices down, and the variety great. This was such a big polaroid camera, I had to put my phone next to it for size reference. I swear it weighed 8lbs. We finished off the day with dinner at an eclectic little cafe called “The Raven”, of course we had to eat there. Good food, wine and dessert. This evening we will set up the show on the court house lawn, which is awesome. Actually the whole downtown area of Prescott is great. Nice old buildings, fun and funky shops, and nice people. I will post updates on the show on the facebook page, instagram, and twitter. So be sure to check in and see what’s going on.