This is the area of the park that I'm boondocked in at the moment. This area has a mix of electric hookup sites and boondocking sites. But my favorite thing is there all pull-through's
As I watched the evening Sun slowly slither below the horizon I was greeted with a plethora of spectacular colors as the Western sky slowly dimmed.
Well... that's what I wish had happened but unfortunately it was a cloudless sky and the sun sank rather listlessly into a pool of pale yellow not even worth taking a picture of.
I was looking at the weather report this morning and it appears that this weekend is going to be really nice, but after that its going to get very windy every day for what looks like the rest of the week, and wind does not make me a happy camper. So I'm going to have to figure out what I can do to stay entertained while the wind is blowing 20 or 30 miles an hour all day long for five or six days.
The weekend is coming up and it remains to be seen whether or not Storrie Lake State Park will get crowded like Elephant Butte state Park did. It's kind of early in the season at this altitude for people to be doing things on the lake. And from what I've been told they don't even turn the water on in the campground until May 1. So I guess that's the official start of their season here. And Storrie Lake is also way smaller and has far less visitors than Elephant Butte does so I don't think this weekend will get too crowded, or hectic, or NOISY.
These are just a couple of the waterfront boondocking sites that are available at Storrie Lake. I was thinking of moving over here but with the winds coming up this area is kind of exposed.