Anyway --- after we settled in, we explored the base a bit. Ft. Huachuca was founded in 1877 and is the only active Army base in Arizona, although the state used to have two dozen army camps and posts. It’s is a center for electronic weaponry, US Army communications and military intelligence training and has about 18,000 people working here during the day.
Sierra Vista is close to Tombstone and Bisbee plus lots of hiking so we're looking forward to better weather and some exploring.
|Our rig (front center) during a break in the rain. This small campground (only 50 spaces) takes reservations and fills up fast. We reserved a spot in early December.|
|A path near the campground.|
|Cooper getting ready for bed. The white thing above him is a quilt we hang between the cab area and the living space of the rig to help keep out the cold. We also put foam inserts in our roof vents and bathroom sunroof.|