Spent yesterday driving through New Mexico along the I-25 Super Slab and ended the day under gray skies.
I would end up spending one night only as I was fleeing the cool weather that was plaguing the area for the next few days.
Today, Monday the 31st of January, I spent the day driving to Arizona using the I-10 Super Slab. Made stops for gas in Lordsburg, NM and got water for the fresh water tank in Willcox along with topping off the propane tank.
Things got progressively warmer and sunnier as I progressed into Arizona!
Got to a campsite next to the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, located about an hour or so south/southwest of Tucson on AZ 286. I've been in the area before on other camping trips and its pretty close to the Mexican border.
It's also along the somewhat narrow strip of "warmest weather" for Arizona. Even then, it's supposed to be somewhat cooler next week or so as another cold front moves through!
I took Scarlett, my 2014 Ural Sidecar Rig to the nearby group campsite where I'd camped before for pics under mostly cloudy skies: