Every day I wake up & think how lucky I am. John always says you make your own luck. Well, I don’t know exactly how it happened or what force in the universe led me to be here at this time in my life, but I feel lucky. And oh, so grateful.Haven't done much the last few days but enjoy the landscape and the folks here at the RTR. Today saw a return of more typical weather with a high in the mid-50s that felt downright balmy. Tomorrow promises to be 10 degrees warmer. And there is lots of glorious sunshine.
Yesterday I went into town to fill the water tank and lunched at an eatery whose name I’ve already forgotten. My dad said once that if you are traveling and unsure about the quality of the food, always order the BLT because it’s hard to screw it up.
|Found via Trip Advisor, a helpful travel app.|
Give me a cheeseburger and I’m a happy woman. This was a good one. A grilled patty served on a bun worthy of the retro décor – warm and toasted just right - alongside hot crispy fries and a fizzy Coca-Cola.
Still getting to know the people here in camp. I’m enjoying the communal atmosphere and the many enriching conversations. These range in topic from amperage to water conservation to solar power to the best campsite for witnessing the Albuquerque Balloon Festival. Nelda, 1/2 of a wonderful couple from Oregon (the other half being Jerry) gave me a "dry run" shower tutorial today in her Roadtrek. Why didn't I get a photo? Learned and laughed a lot.And I got to tour some rigs I’ve wanted to see. Here’s a gorgeous, cozy, and completely livable Lazy Days that belongs to full-timer and fellow blogger On the Road with Riley.
And here’s Riley.
The return to warmer temps made for an ideal sunset walk.
So long from the desert for now ..............