My usual boondocking spot in my daughter's driveway.
I got to my daughter's house in Denver about 10 o'clock this morning which officially brought my Winter travels to a close. And now I will become semi-sedentary, other than a few mini-vacations, until next fall. But just because I won't be traveling much for a while doesn't mean I'm dead. I have a lot of things I want to accomplish this summer and with any luck they will be interesting enough to write about
It always feels strange when I first come off the road, and I always wonder what I'm going to do with myself sitting in one spot for so long. But I always find plenty to do which is not that hard when there's two Grandkids around. And there are several projects awaiting me that I will get done before I leave in the fall, some for myself and some for others, So I never get bored.
Despite the fact that this winter was colder, wetter, and more crowded than any winter I've ever spent in Arizona I still count it as a success. The Arctic Fox kept me warm and dry, and even in the face of the rather large crowds I always managed to find a place to stay and that's about all a boondocker can ask for.