We arrived about 3:00pm and two of the rigs in our group had already arrived, so it was nice to meet them.
This is the part where I stand corrected. Tracy was reviewing the blog and noticed that I said that we were going to be boondocking for the first time. Tracy said that we were not boondocking because we were staying in a campground, we were dry camping.
I couldn't argue with her because I knew she was right and Mike, of Mello Mike's RV & Off-Road Adventures acutally confirmed what she was saying in his recent blog post about boondocking.
Iris did great pulling the hills up to Prescott with the tin can in tow, it was like we were not towing anything and we were able to maintain 55mph even on the toughest grades.
The batteries and water lasted all weekend long and we both were able to even get a quick shower. The only problem that we encountered was that the pilot light blew out on the refrigerator and we didn't notice the check light until the next morning, so all of our food was at 70 degrees when we got up Saturday morning and we had to throw it all out. Luckily, there was a WalMart close by our campgound, so we were able to get replacements easily. Now Tracy and I look at that light everytime we walk by the refrigerator.
Here are some pictures from our time at Lynx Lake, it really is a wonderful campground and is an easy ride up from the Valley.
|View from our site|
|Squirrels in the trees|
|Bike race in Prescott...25 miles!|