We have the rig parked at 2000 feet above sea level, in the High Desert of Eastern Washington. The weather is hot (around 90 degrees F) and dry (20% or less humidity), which is great for dry-fitting and dry-assembly of the new wooden parts that reside under the plastic/fiberglass composite skin.
The air is very hot and dry. I am getting a very dark suntan (despite wearing sunscreen all over). Desert dust and construction debris gets everywhere. It is as if we have a ship in a dry-dock. The sagebrush and pine smell wonderful. The sunsets are spectacular and much of the Galaxy is visible almost every night.
We could not have picked a better place to fix up our home.