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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

A Great Camping Spot

The laundry was finished by a little after 8am, we were in the laundromat before 7 this morning and met up with another fellow doing his laundry. I gave him grief telling him I was the early bird, nobody else was supposed to be up that early. He told me that he was an early riser because when he was employed, he had to be at work by 6am, I said me too because I was an operating room nurse--well, he was a nurse anesthetist! We had a great time visiting while the clothes dried!

Michael took a ride out to the boondocking spot on his motorcycle to find the lay of the land and I bathed the Jazzy dog and cleaned the RV while he was gone. When he got back, we hooked up and headed out. Michael lead the way on the bike and I followed with the truck and RV.

We only heard about this spot by reading a fellow RVer's blog, it is state land and there used to be a mining operation of some sort here, there is a huge concrete pad and Al & Kelly had kindly swept it and built a fabulous fire ring. We are parked on concrete with gorgeous mountain views and the lights of Sierra Vista in the distance. Jazz can be off the leash here which she loves. The rancher Jack and his wife Gwen who lease this land for cattle stopped by this afternoon to introduce themselves.

Jim & Linda came out and visited with us for a while and admired our boondocking spot. For those who read this blog and don't RV, boondocking is camping without electrical and water hookups--these rigs are totally self contained and carry enough water in a holding tank to go many days provided you are conservative.

It is very quiet out here and I think we will enjoy our days spent here!

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