We’re back in the boonies of Tonopah, Arizona, where there is plenty of quiet, scenic BLM land near Saddle Mountain for dispersed camping.
And we just happened to find Debbie on I-10 in Phoenix, so she followed us here.
We took a bike ride around our new neighborhood and we like what we saw. There are plenty of roads and trails to hike or bike, and many level places to camp.
Last night’s sunset wasn’t anything special, but the last light of the sun on the rocks is always nice to see. You can barely see our nearest neighbor on the right close to the mountain.
We are a few miles south of I-10, which is visible in the distance, but we couldn’t hear the traffic until we went out last night to look at the stars. Just had to play around with the Sky Guide iPad app now that we’re away from the lights of the big city. So now I know where Orion is, but we’ll see if I can find it tonight without the help of the iPad. By the way, the night sky here is incredible.
Sophie got a new cat Walking Jacket a few days ago, since her big belly outgrew the old harness. It doesn’t appear that she’ll be able to escape from this one, and she looks quite cute in it, don’t you think?