“Haven’t you ever heard of the ‘Velcro Dog’? That’s what they call Aussies, they don’t want to be too far away from you”, she says. It turns out she trained dogs most of her life. While talking, I went back to the Workhorse and opened my door to get my water, yep Jagger came running, he thought I was leaving him …
I open my eyes and it’s still dark at 5:15 am. My alarm hasn’t gone off but I’m ready to get up and start the day. I reach for my cell phone to turn on the volume and check for any updates. Then lay here staring at the ceiling. Well I know I’m in my home (the Coach), but can’t immediately remember where my camp is located.
My first “desert boondocking” experiment went well. No surprises, thanks to those who went before me and made good notes on their blogs. It was a time of rest and reflection after leaving my busy months in the Mesa area.
The day has come when we leave our camp at Usery once again and head West, leaving my Arizona family and starting our travels for 2016.
Utility Loom under the Kitchen slide. This is a bridge for electrical lines and has broken once before. Bretz RV in Missoula, MT did a haphazard repair that I had to pay for and now it’s broke again.