A fellow nomad recommends a boondocking site on a mesa top. Maintained road. Over 9,000 feet up. Views in all directions. With a 4G cell signal. And some vault toilets. You put it on your itinerary.
You get to a nearby city the afternoon before and the night is filled with thunderstorms. Do you really want to be at high elevations when lightning is striking? And when your escape route is unpaved?
The day dawned sunny and clear and I figured I would at least go check the place out, then decide what to do.