In camp, Friday afternoon. It’s been cloudy all day, but the forecast for tomorrow is sunny, and the sun is making a tepid appearance as it goes down over yonder hill.
I set up the solar panels, even though I knew the angle was too low to much out of them.
The drive over was pleasant. I LIKE just cruising along on 2-lane blacktop, and that’s just what AZ 86 is once you get out of Tucson. A dashcam is definitely in the works. A cheap dashcam.
I stopped at a Basha’s along the way because I’d forgotten to pack plates of any kind; much of the route was on the Tohono o’Odam reservation, and the walls of the Basha’s were adorned with labels in their language. I was tempted to sneak a picture or two, but that just felt tacky.
The campsite is OK. Not very exciting, but tomorrow may explore up the (gravel) road a ways and see what it’s like up there. It’s pretty level, but I did break out the leveling block to get the rig within 1 degree of level. More comfortable for me and it makes the fridge happier.
I want to post this, but I’m paranoid about power consumption. But part of the point is to see how well the batteries last through “normal” use.
I’m here. It feels a little anticlimactic. That’s fine. More tomorrow.