Another beautiful day today, there so common now I'm taking them for granted, this is what southern Arizona is supposed to be like in the wintertime.
I drove over to the west side of Ajo this morning, I'm boondocked on the southeast side. Depending on what side of town you're on the area around Ajo looks different. Depending on where you are you can have flat areas covered with brush, Saguaro forests, or mountains. So I went to some BLM land that's hilly and covered with Saguaros.
I saw people boondocking out there, and it was a really pretty area, but the dirt road was too beat up for my liking and would be very hard on tires. If I didn't have a choice I would probably boondock there but to me being able to come and go whenever I want without risking damage to my truck or the Arctic Fox is important to me, which is why I like the old rodeo arena, the road is paved all the way to the arena so there's no risk of beating up my rolling stock.
The dirt road through BLM land is not too bad up to this point but at the curve up ahead it starts getting worse.
it's rugged but pretty country if you like the desert look. I would love to boondock here If the road was just a little bit better.
A class C enjoying the peace and quiet of the desert life shared only with the Saguaros, Ocotillo's, and the giant, crocodile sized man eating scorpions.