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When it rains here, it rains heavy. (Ignore the date / time stamp, the dashcam resorts to factory settings almost every time I turn it on).
This gives an indication of the seclusion in this region and the fun it has been. We never pass on an experience but prepared to take a chance anytime. That's what makes life exciting; making it predictable is rather boring.
The service road is five miles long and our site is at the very end; the last property before the Navajo Reservation. It is essentially a dirt track that is maintained a few times a year by the city of St John. The local property tax of just $45 a year covers our share. This is the only regular bill we are asked for. The electricity (solar & wind), well water is free, and propane gas for cooking etc is almost free at $100 a year.
This is also the road where I gave my wife her very first driving lesson back in 2009. I gave her several more lessons in Arizona and New Mexico. She took her test in the UK and passed.
Astronomy Roadshow Observatory Project in Apache County, Arizona, USA