Friday, January, 8, 2016
After a leisurely morning, I took the Jeep the 10 miles north on highway 85 toward Ajo, to Darby Well Road. Drove about a mile and half before finding the perfect boondocking camp. Checked to make sure I could get cell reception, and got 3 bars. Good enough. Texted Dolly to pack up, so I could finish up getting the motorhome prepared to go when I got back.
We were on the road at noon and soon we were setting up camp. Walked around and took photos and relaxed for the rest of the afternoon.
Yuma just loves being free from his leash and able to run through the creosote bushes and Palo Verde trees.
It is great to be near my favorite Black Mountain once again. It is so quiet except for the light wind rustling through the bushes and trees. With all this rain, there is a lot more green this year. Luckily, today is clear and cool. No rain in the forecast and warmer days are on their way.
Later in the afternoon, I started hearing coyotes howling off in the distance. Soon, Yuma was looking out the window and growling. Sure enough, a full grown Coyote was walking around our camp checking us out.
Already time to set up the Dish Tailgater and get the TV going, so we can watch Gold Rush tonight.
See you later.