Without any Internet I've decided to cut my stay in Ajo a little short, pack up and ease on towards Tucson. I've got a couple of bills to pay and the Internet is the only way I can pay them so I've decided I need to get back to civilization a little sooner than I had previously planned.
I'll probably stay overnight somewhere between here and Tucson and get there on Monday even though I'm not a big fan of traveling on Sunday, since having a breakdown can be a bigger problem when things are closed, but I've become so addicted and dependent on the Internet that doing without it five days in a row, is more than I can bare.
There's more than a few things to like about Ajo, there's a lot of places to boondock and the people have been real friendly, so I will more than likely come back here again. There's still things I haven't seen yet and places I didn't get to go so I think it deserves another visit, in fact the lack of Internet is the only complaint I've got about my stay in Ajo.
I think I mentioned before that the rearview cameras on the back of the Arctic Fox quit working a while back. Normally I would look back in my blog and find out if I mentioned that already but I don't have any Internet so I can't do that. But anyway, I checked everything I could in the camera system to see what the problem might be and I think I narrowed it down to one area where a part could be bad, so I called the company that made the system yesterday and talked to an engineer. he was very helpful and wanted to see some pictures of certain things in my system that he was unfamiliar with. Since I installed the cameras about four years ago it's now considered an antique and I think he wants the pictures for the company museum. I took pictures of what he wanted to see and I'm now feeling very optimistic that I will soon have my rearview cameras working again.... Except I have no Internet to send him the pictures.