Except for the first two days of April, it’s free camping this month!
We’re at Burro Creek Campground (NFS, $7), south of Wikieup, Arizona, for two days. Then we move up out of the canyon to a free BLM camp which is a pull-out along the campground road so I can get an internet signal. Our next camp is a boondock, south of Ash Fork, Arizona, near Flagstaff. This is where we meet Rusty (Three Feathers) and Timber, and experience a late snowstorm. The last week of April we are camped south of Flagstaff in the Coconino National Forest at Williard Springs (NFS, free) where Ken’s dog takes a bite out of Spike’s behind.
Click here to read April adventures.
Financial Summary (Avg. daily expenditures: $29.56):
Camping fees: $14 — Avg. daily camping fee (30 days): $0.47, “Zero fee” days: 28
Dump/water fees: $0
Gas: $138.96 — Avg. daily gas expenditure: $4.63
Propane: $29.25 (includes $5 tip)
PTV and BLT Maintenance/Repair: $0
Equipment/Household: $108.62 (includes break-away cable, quilts, shams, monocular)
Groceries: $245.35 (includes two restaurant meals)
Sundries: $14.42 (includes $8.00 laundromat)
The Crew: $31.76