I've been blessed with a few clouds in the sky lately, which makes taking sunrise and sunset pictures more interesting for me.
It was kind of chilly today, I don't think it ever got above 65. It's about 4500 feet in altitude around here at Elephant Butte State Park near Truth or Consequences [T or C] New Mexico, which means the temperature can vary greatly this time of year. But usually, it's in the 70s or 80s which is just about perfect with the low humidity.
Since I re-upped at my current hookup site until April 23 I don't have to worry about where I'm going to stay for a little while. But, with the possibility of boondocking reservations hanging over my head I do need to find a Park Ranger that can explain to me the ins and outs of this brand-new reservation situation.
A long time ago Barney, The Old Fat Man, told me about some boondocking that's eight or nine miles north of the main entrance to Elephant Butte State Park so I drove over there and found a few nice places to boondock in that area. So if I find out from a Park Ranger that I can camp around their without making reservations I'll probably boondock for a little while.
It's kind of desolate in that area, which doesn't bother me. The roads are in good shape, but it does make it almost 15 miles into town from their so I wouldn't want to be running back and forth very often.
The clouds blocked most of the sunrise over the campground this morning, but to me every morning is beautiful in its own way.