I've been giving some thought to taking a mini-vacation but I can't come up with a place I would like to go that would be easy to get to, not too far away and have relatively warm weather.
Anywhere in the high country is out, too snowy and too cold. Going east out onto the plains is kind of boring there's just not that much to see out there, but if there were you could see it from a looong way off.
One option I'm considering is just going out into the national forest somewhere and boondocking. I think maybe this won't be so much a mini vacation as a shakedown cruise. About the best way to tell what your RV needs to be comfortable and to suit your lifestyle is to spend a few nights in it, far enough away to be on your own, but close enough to civilization to buy repair parts.
So maybe that's what I need, a lazy, relaxing, stress free three day loop through the Pike national forest down towards Colorado Springs and then circle back up towards Denver boondocking in the forest wherever I happen to find myself in the afternoon.