I'm so happy, I'm finally back in the desert where I sort of belong. It makes me feel so good to be in a place that I can look in almost every direction and not seeing another RV.
I do have one neighbor in a class C about 100 yards away which I've met already and they seem like really nice folks. To me its good to have at least one neighbor in case somebody needs a hand, and you can watch each other stuff while one goes to town. The weekends coming up so it will be interesting to see if people will come here, after all it's actually a county park.
You have to register to stay here which is easy because you just park in an empty site and wait for the county guys to come around and register you. There's no cost, and apparently they don't enforce the two-week stay rule during the off-season, and this just happens to be the off-season.
There's no amenities except a picnic table and a trash can. I couldn't care less about the picnic table, but the trash can is a godsend. You just can't believe how wonderful trash pickup is until you've had to surreptitiously schlep your Walmart bags of trash to gas stations and grocery store parking lot trash cans.
I'm still getting settled in so I probably won't unload the little Beta 250 until tomorrow, but I can't wait to get it out in that giant dry wash right in my backyard.
I reckon I'm about 4 or 5 miles from town which is an easy trip into Ajo for groceries and stuff. There's some sightseeing I plan on doing around here and it looks like there's some nice pictures to be had in the old part of town called the Plaza. So between the sightseeing and the relaxing I think time is going to fly by in Ajo.
A big beautiful Dry Wash that's about 50 yards wide right in my backyard and I get to play in it