I don't care bout all the rest, clicking pics, I love the best.
This is the first come first serve area at Storrie Lake State Park. These are all boondocking spots. There's also first come first serve hookup sites just down the road.
I crossed the Colorado border this morning at 9:30 and pulled into the Trinidad Walmart about 15 minutes later.
It's good to be back in the cool weather; those 90° days in Santa Rosa were getting difficult to deal with, but at least the humidity was very low, single digits mostly, so it wasn't too bad with no air conditioning.
I think tomorrow I will go to an RV dealer up in the mountains near Salida, Colorado. And see if they have any used truck campers for sale. So far, all my camper looking has been on the Internet, and I think I would like to be able walk around a couple of them, "kick the tires," so to speak.
If I do that, and so far I'm just thinking of it, that will put me on a different route back to Denver through the mountains, which right now sounds great to me, instead of the boring drive north on I-25 through downtown Colorado Springs.
Ordinarily, my one-track mind wouldn't even let me think about doing that, but gaining information on truck campers is extremely important to me right now since one of those eventually may be my new home.
Tiny thumbnail sizes wild flowers growing on the ground.
If the Lake at Storrie Lake State Park shrinks anymore they're going to have to change the name of this place to Storrie state Park.
Storrie Lake Sunset
It's incredibly rare to see a Penguin in New Mexico.... I'm going to have to put this in my diary.