After a 200 and something mile drive today, which is pretty much my self-imposed limit, I find myself in Junction Texas, boondocking at the city Park where RVers are welcome to stay for free for three nights. I stayed here last time I was in Texas and found it a great place to be other than there's no Internet. Which is why I'm presently at the town library using their amazingly slow Internet.
200 miles is a long way to drive for someone who doesn't actually have any place to go and no particular time to be there, and my only future plan is since I have to drive through El Paso Texas I would prefer to do that on a Sunday morning when the traffic would be a little less difficult to tow the Arctic Fox through.
I like Junction Texas, its in the Texas Hill country which to me is one of the prettier parts of Texas. Junction is on the Llano River, announced ya-no, the city Park I'm at is right beside the river, and I'm boondocked next to the river. This is great of course except that the river floods every now and then and wipes out everyone next to the river, so I think I'll keep my eye on the weather forecast.
I almost spent another day at Corpus Christi Lake state Park because when I woke up this morning it was really foggy outside, not quite enough to be dangerous to drive in, but if it had been slightly worse I would've just stayed. The fog hung on for about my first 100 miles this morning, which kept me on my toes, but it sure was a great feeling when it all burned off.
I'll keep writing a blog post every day and post them whenever I feel like driving up to the library.