It rained really hard last night, in fact it may have been the hardest rain that I've ever experienced in Arizona. It was enough rain that it woke me up a couple of times last night because of the noise it was making hitting the skylight that's over my bed.
When it's dark outside, it's raining really hard and you're out in the desert the first thing that comes to mind is, how far am I from a dry wash? And in my case it was a couple hundred feet, in fact there are 4 or 5 dry washes on both sides of me and there's mountains a couple of miles away so that does give one a little something to be concerned about if you've ever watched the nightly news and seen cars floating down a dry wash after an Arizona rainstorm. Fortunately for me when I'm faced with a situation like that and there's nothing I can do about it my usual solution is to go back to sleep.
When I woke up in the morning and looked out the window everything was right where I left it, including the Arctic Fox. There were a few puddles scattered around and some muddy areas that I located the hard way but all in all everything was just fine.
I checked around the windows and slides and didn't find any leaks which always makes me very happy. So it looks like the Arctic Fox has weathered another storm and kept me safe, warm, and dry which is all I ever asked.