I drove over to Rock Hound state Park this morning just to see what was going on over there. And found out there's a lot going on over there because their full.
I drove through the campground, which isn't very big, and I didn't see one empty site either in the hookup section or the boondocking section. This was rather depressing because I was going to leave tomorrow and I need to stay around the Deming area and wait for some general delivery mail to show up.
Now I could continue to stay here at Escapees but I wanted to find a place a bit more interesting and scenic than the Escapees Dream Catchers RV Park.
Luckily as I was leaving Rock Hound State Park I stopped beside the road to take a picture and the camp host pulled up in a golf cart and asked me if she could be of some help. I explained my situation and she said that I could boondock in the overflow area until a site opened up. She showed me the overflow area and it was great. In fact since there was only one other person there I told her I would be happier there than in the campground.
So first thing tomorrow morning I'll be heading out of here and going about 7 miles to Rock Hound state Park. I'll be in a much prettier area than I am now and yet I will still be only 10 or 15 minutes from town and the Walmart.
One downside for me is there's probably no Internet at the state Park and I'll have to use my Verizon data. But that will be okay because I've got some carryover data that I need to use or lose it.
These yellow flowers which I believe are Poppies are blooming all over Rock Hound state Park.