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Saddle Mountain

(nr Tonopah AZ) A short two night stop was made boondocking near the town of Tonopah. A local landmark called Saddle Mountain is surrounded by BLM land that allows dispersed camping. There are four side roads off the paved highway leading to campsites. However, I didn’t want to explore in order to find the best […]

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Saguaro East

(Tucson AZ) A visit to Saguaro National Park East – Rincon Mountain District on the eastern outskirts of Tucson was eagerly anticipated. The small visitor center had a film about the history of the area and the park. A ranger also gave a talk about the early native inhabitants, and how they used the saguaro […]

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Steins

(Steins NM) My planned camp did not workout due to a recent flood in the canyon where I had hoped to stay. Too bad, because it was a gorgeous location. So, it was down the road toward my next adventure. Along the way, on the far western edge of New Mexico, was another ghost town. […]

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