I went to the grocery store this morning and bought a few things. Since I'm only going to be at Picacho Peak State Park for two nights I probably won't even unhitch the trailer so I won't be able to go to a grocery store while I'm there. And yes the Arctic Fox is perfectly comfortable while it's hitched up. I set it up so that while it's hitched the front of the Arctic Fox is slightly higher than the rear so when I sleep my head is slightly elevated which is comfortable for me.
I also don't need to put down the jacks in the front or the rear to stabilize it because it doesn't seem to wallow around when I'm living in it. This may be because being the only one in it I don't notice the movement, I don't know for sure. But I do know that I only have to put down the rear jacks when the wind is blowing really hard from the side, and if I remember correctly that's only happened twice this winter.
It's only a 120 mile drive to the Picacho Peak State Park from Ajo but I topped up the truck's fuel tank at $3.09 a gallon anyway.
I'm pretty sure that Spring is finally here because the entire 10 day forecast is calling for highs in the mid to low 80s, and my batteries are getting charged up by about 10:30 AM, which tells me the sun is much higher in the sky now days.
I'm going to miss Ajo but I don't know why.
A discussion ensues:
What do you mean you don't know Why you've been to Why a couple of times?
I didn't say I don't know Why, I said I don't know why.
I know that's what you said but you've been there before.
I know I've been there I wasn't talking about Why!
But you said Why.
No I didn't, I said why!
I can't think of anything in particular about Ajo that makes me want to return, its just a general overall comfortable feeling. The people I've met have been really nice, the rodeo arena is a pretty good place to boondock, but mostly I think it's peaceful and relaxing. There's nothing hectic about Ajo, there's no hurrying going on anywhere. The traffic is always light, stores are never packed with people, and I've never had to wait to get fuel. Overall it seems to be a laid-back easy-going place which suits my lifestyle perfectly.