First, Martha Perez, Martha Berriera! Martha doesn't show a blog, but she shows interests in biking, reading, crocheting, and nature as well as - of course - her kids. Martha, thank you for following along with me and Katie!
Welcome also to BSG - this follower doesn't show any information at all, so I can't give their blog a plug, either, if they have one. They are following a lot of RVing blogs, though, so BSG must be an RVer, or maybe is planning to be one. Thanks for following Me and My Dog, BSG.
Welcome aboard to you both! :)
So... Katie and I left Storrie Lake early last Wednesday and headed to Villanueva State Park, NM where we stayed only one night. We got there in the morning about 11, and there wasn't much left as far as electrical sites. Just one, and it wasn't a very good site. There was also the group site, which I was told I could take for one night. I am meeting Hazel and Cari here today, but they have made reservations, so they have decent sites.
Some of the sites are "doubles," there's one electric post and the two sites are on either side, so you're pretty close to your neighbor. Not my favorite kind of site. So, I hooked up at the group site and it was actually okay. Lots of room.
Good morning, would you like some coffee? :(
I did see a couple of critters that were interesting. These squirrels had a big hole under the fenced propane tank and were having a blast running around inside the chain link fence. They were running up and down the fence. Katie and I watched them for a while, and when I walked up closer, they all ran for the hole and went underground.
I saw this bird on a wire over the road, this was a new one for me. I guess I should look it up, but I haven't yet. Anyone know what kind of bird this is?
Katie and I took a couple of short walks on the other side of the river and down the road a way. As I said, this area is really pretty, and if you are lucky and can do without cell service, there are some campsites right on the river.
On Saturday night we had a beautiful Harvest Moon, a gorgeous huge orange moon as it came up over the horizon.