Thursday, January 28
I spoke too soon when I said that sunrises — those with color and spectacle — cannot be seen from our camp due to mountains and vegetation in the way. By the time the sun clears the mountains, the color, if there was any, is gone.
This morning I’m pleasantly surprised!
The crew and I haven’t been awake long when I notice the sky turning from the grey of pre-dawn to a lovely pink glow. I grab the camera and with a quick “I’ll be right back” to the crew, shut the door behind me and sprint down the lane through the cholla, mesquite trees, and saguaros.
A sunrise like this isn’t going to last long!
It’s not every day that I wake up and shortly thereafter run away from home! I run until an angle is reached where the view is uncluttered. That’s when I take the photos above and swivel to capture the rest which is how the photos end up with different landscapes.
This is a wrap-around sunrise!
Later, the crew and I prepare for our next camp move.
We motor into Ajo and stop at Belly Acres RV Park for propane. From there we pick up groceries at Olsen’s. The last stop is the Shell station’s water vending machine to fill up more jugs. The Perfect Tow Vehicle is gassed up and ready for tomorrow!
One more shot of the sunrise . . .
Today we break camp. If all goes as planned, we won’t be on the road long today. I’m not sure what kind of internet connection is available at our next camp. If you don’t hear from us, a lack of internet signal is the reason.
Otherwise, the crew and I will be back soon!
NOTE: Helicopters! Five have flown low over our camp so far this morning. The last one has a banner. Hmm . . . What’s that say? “RVSUE: YOU ARE AT THE 14 DAY LIMIT.” Okay, okay, we’re leaving!
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