Thursday, September 19, 2013

No Clouds

When I awoke this morning at Navajo State Park, it seemed brighter than usual. After getting upright and stumbling around I realized I was still alive as I saw a reflection in the mirror. The brightness was natural sun lighting -- not some celestial world I was experiencing.

Opened the blinds and looked to the west. There wasn't a cloud in the sky. I had not seen cloudless skies in over ten days. After donning clothes, I went outside to check the skies in all directions. There was a single cloud far north over distant mountains.

Great traveling weather. Time to move on. Soon I was on autopilot as I secured and stored things, dumped the tanks, filled with fresh water and I was on the road with Durango the destination.

This time I had a Plan B in the event I found Lisa and Steve's field too muddy to take a chance. Walked their field before pulling in the driveway. Looked safe. If it wasn't, it was going to be some very expensive towing.

There may be a few clouds here, but nothing that looks like rain.

It was a great day to travel. Tomorrow will be a great day to hike. Finally.

1 comment:

  1. I am glad you are enjoying good weather and life. We are leaving for Spain and Morocco next week. Will be back in mid November in time for the holidays and shoulder surgery. Mike


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