Boondocking at the roping arena outside of Ajo Arizona.
I had an uneventful 120 mile drive from Ben Avery's gun range to Ajo Arizona this morning. This was the first drive that I got to use my new wired rearview cameras and oh what a pleasure it was to be able to see behind me clearly, and consistently, without the cameras blinking on and off whenever they felt like it. If I hadn't been so lazy I could've had them working a looong time ago but I had been without them for so long I'd forgotten how useful they were.
I'm currently boondocked at what is known as the roping arena a few miles outside of Ajo. I've never stayed here before so I don't know what I'm supposed to do so I just pulled in and set up camp. It's supposed to be free and if it's not I guess somebody will let me know sooner or later.
There's about 10 other RVs here and half of them have an ATV of some kind so it looks like I'll have to unload the Beta 250 and run around the desert a little bit. It already feels warmer here than it was at Ben Avery's so doing some outdoor things will be a lot more fun.
From what I understand the roping arena is closed for good, and this boondocking area that I'm at now used to be the camping area for the rodeo riders, and I believe this whole arena deal is run by the County.
for anyone interested I have full bars of Verizon signal so my MiFi is giving me high speed Internet.
I've never boondocked here before so I thought I would give it a try. There's a lot more places In Ajo to boondock if this spot doesn't work out,
The gadgets that replace my brain while I'm driving, my Garmin GPS, the camera that watches my motorcycle, and my rearview camera.