I changed my mind about leaving San Pedro boon docking area tomorrow. There are some things I needed to get done today like laundry, that didn't get done so now I'm planning on leaving Monday. Also trying to get a campsite on a Friday or Saturday can sometimes be difficult. I don't think Seminole Canyon State Park is going to be a problem in that respect, but there's no sense taking a chance since I don't have to.
I really like staying at San Pedro it's turned out to be a lot better than I had expected. It's only five or six miles from Del Rio and Del Rio has most everything you need. It's inexpensive, only two dollars a night if you have the Federal Geezer pass. There's plenty of room and the most RVs I've ever seen here has been six, and mostly it's just two or three. It seems to be a safe place. Other than a few people picnicking every once in a while the only other people I see are RVers. So I would have no problem at all staying here again.
I loaded up the Yamaha WR450 yesterday and finally figured out that if I raise the front end of the Arctic Fox using the landing gear jacks it substantially lowers the rear of the trailer and the ramp that the Yamaha has to be pushed up. I knew that raising the front lowered the back but I didn't realize how much of a difference it would make while pushing the motorcycle up onto the rack. So now I think I will always do it that way and save some strain on my back.
I checked the tire pressure on the Arctic Fox today with a gauge instead of the tire pressure sensors and the pressure was 80 psi, right where I set it a month ago. It looks like the new Goodyear Marathons that I had put on back in Corpus Christi holds their pressure better than the Goodyear Marathons that came from the factory. It was pretty normal for me to have to add a few pounds to them every month.