Today dawned chilly and dreary which lately is happening all to regular. I gave it a couple of hours to warm up and went outside and unloaded the Yamaha WR450. This is a great place to ride, there are dirt roads going off in all directions and hardly any people to share them with. I've seen two quads go by since I've been here but other than that it's been pretty quiet.
The Motoz Mountain Hybrid tires that I had put on while I was in Denver makes for a much better ride than I was getting with my knobbys. They seem to have just as much traction as the knobbys but they ride a lot smoother with hardly any vibration. So far I'm very happy with them.
I also got out my Phantom drone, charged up its batteries and took it out for a flight. I think I will try to put together a short movie of what the drone sees as its flying around this part of the Pike National Forest. It's a pretty nice place to boondock since it's relatively flat and has plenty of room for a lot of RVs, but I've never seen a lot of them here.
This is a typical boondocking spot in the Pike national Forest. You just pull off the dirt road where others have camped, and your home.
One of my neighbors. You can tell by the boat that they're here for the fishing. Most of the sites In the National Forest are shady like this, it's harder for me to find a sunny spot that my solar panels will like.
It may be a wet dreary morning but it's still paradise to me in the Pike national Forest.