The scenery ranged from flat farmland to rolling, barren hills.
When we arrived at our destination, I couldn’t believe that the park managers/owners said, “OK, you can park in this area or this area,” circling them on a map, “then just call us an let us know which site you pick.” Oh, and by the way, some sites are not full hook ups and some share the electric post, so be sure to check before setting up.” Seriously??? So off we go and I got out and walked and walked and got really hot in the 95 degree temperature. We finally found a site that was long enough and was a full hook-up. The sites are dirt and not level at all, but it is quiet here and the mountains are a nice view just “over yonder” to the west.
After we got set up, I had a headache and was sweating like a, well, I was perspiring profusely. I took a nap and when I awoke, it was almost sundown. The temp had dropped and we sat outside until I heard a mosquito buzzing around my ear.
6,400 feet elevation. It may take me a few days to get acclimated. Drinking lots of water.