This is a forest service road that we traveled on today, for about 10 miles of gravel at each end and ROCKS for a road in at least 10 miles in the middle. Four wheel drive needed, people! There has probably never been an Infinity over this pass ever. And I can tell ya, this Infinity isn’t ever going back up there with me in it! It jarred my back teeth and innards, and this was at maybe 3 MPH. Rough hardly describes it. There is beautiful scenery to be enjoyed on better roads. The end.
And this photo shows our free camping site next to a pretty meadow. The closed train station pictured the other day was directly in front of our windshield, but behind trees, so it wasn’t visible from the coach. There is beauty everywhere we look.
After our bumpy trip, we paid a visit in town to the local market…that sold RV and auto parts upstairs, along with other miscellaneous items that made us feel as if we were back in Mayberry. Downstairs contained grocery items, and a counter where you could buy a fishing license. Dick bought one, good for five days. He plans to take a canoe trip today on the Rio Grande. I am the drop-off/pick-up person. That works for me. Maytag Man has earned the right to have some fun. He pull the washer out ONE MORE TIME and found the strut that had come loose and fixed it. He’s wonderful…and now has clean jeans.
Life is good!