Saturday, February 16, 2013

Back in Tucson

Yesterday we left Sierra Vista, AZ, and drove to Tucson’s Davis Monthan Air Force Base Agave Gulch Fam Camp, a huge military RV campground.  The Ft. Huachuca Army Post RV camp has 56 spots total (and we hope to go back there because we barely scratched the surface of the Huachuca Mountains hiking trails.)  Agave Gulch, on the other hand, has 287 spots plus 50 addtional spaces where you can dry camp.
The campground was full, but they have a great system here at Agave Gulch that rotates people in and out of the campground after 3 weeks.  We spent one night in their dry camp overflow area (meaning a place without sewer, electric and water hook ups) and this morning moved into a great full hook-up spot formerly occupied by someone who had to move out after three weeks. Our neighbors on one side are from Delaware; the folks on the other side are from Arizona.
After we got settled in, I went to the gym and then worked on our taxes, Jim went to a local DVD store to get the Season 3 Downton Abby DVD so we can catch up (couldn’t find it), then we had red wine with Girl Scout Thin Mints.


  1. We thought so, too. The wine was "Lacrime Divino" from Kief-Josua Winery, one of the places near Elgin, AZ where we did a tasting. The winery calls it a red table wine.