Not quite there but almost! this last week on the road is mainly one of short stops here and there. After we left Lake Powell in Arizona we stopped for one night at Bonito Campground across from the Sunset Crater Visitor Center – such huge campsites! so nice – no hookups and the fee was only $11 for us as we are old folks now LOL. See that fire in the background to the left – our closest neighbor on that side – three tents with a lot of well behaved children running around on the right side but far enough that they didn’t bother us.
Only there for one night but will remember this one for sometime in the future. It got down to 37 degrees that night! Propane heat was on off and on all night. We camped at this place back in 1978 but I didn’t remember it from then. Mike remembers most of all that stuff I’m lucky to remember what day it is!!
We were in that area for more Indian ruins of course and took self guided tours through two that were only about 20 miles apart.
The timber roof beams were still in this one! wow what a sight
Here is the other one complete with the ball court for games of ancient times. Take the walkways on this one and stay off the ruins
One more hiking spot picked out – El Moro in New Mexico where we were near when I wrote this on the 12th – leaving here on the 14th and then it is driving home time – well take us about 3 days from here as we do not like to be sitting for long periods – no interesting campgrounds on the way just places close to the interstate.
Back to routine soon! ( we will be home later today – I have one more post scheduled for Saturday to give me time to catch up at home & to unpack the camper – then back to quilting!!)
And even though I didn’t get much work done on my Wagon’s West blocks I did almost get my “shawl” done – I say “shawl” because they almost always end up to be so big it is kind of crazy – I decided to make this just one more skein longer to make sure I can cuddly into it really good!
I saw this on line and thought some of you might like to make something like this for Xmas presents – here is a link there is a pattern but doesn’t look like you even need one if you are crafty!