Annie is heading to New Mexico, after feeling somewhat hassled by a Forest Service representative. There are some ambiguous regulations about "living in the forest," and although a good argument can usually be made that this isn't happening, the rangers are given carte blanche to ticket.
As much as I love Arizona, I'm an even bigger fan of New Mexico and its state park system. Rather than feeling that you're fending off overzealous federal employees, it's possible to relax and enjoy beautiful (and comfortable) surroundings where you're welcomed. State parks encourage you to stay for two weeks, and in some areas (near Truth or Consequences, in particular) you can stay well within the limits of their regulations and still remain in the same locale.
Out-of-state visitors can get an annual state parks pass for $225. After that, boodocking in the state parks is free, and a site with water and electric is $4/night. Or, $10 and $14, respectively, without the pass.
This campsite is not in New Mexico.
Kelly built these Inuksuit.
There is no cat here.
Nothing to see here.
I'll help Annie get her car back and return the loaner in Flagstaff. Then I'll __________ (winning entry receives great inner satisfaction).