We have been watching the weather and thought that if it looked like Denver would not be in the grips of winter, we would head that way to meet up with RV friends we met a couple years ago in Cottonwood AZ. They live in Erie which is just north of Denver. The weather looked good so off we went.
We drove all day through nothingness. Miles and miles of cattle country. It is beautiful in its own way but would cost a guy a tank of fuel just to visit his neighbour.
When we arrived in Longmont (which is just outside Denver), Sue had already found us a campground in the Longmont fairgrounds which had 50 amp power and dump site and water for 10 bucks a night. Because the nights will be cool, it will be nice to be able to use the electric heaters instead of propane. We have a birds eye view of the mountains from here.
We just relaxed for the evening after a long drive and will meet up with our friends tomorrow.
This was the view from our window.
"Away" is a place not found on a map, but you'll know you're there when you get there. And then it happens. One day you wake up and you're in this place where everything feels right. Your heart is calm, your soul is light, your thoughts are positive and your vision is clear. Your faith is stronger than ever and you're at peace. At peace with where you've been and with what you've been through and at peace with where you are headed. A place called away.
Friday, 27 October 2017
Off to Denver
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Nice job Sue on the campground. You can't go wrong with prices like that and it looks like a great spot!ReplyDelete
Nice spot for the night. Never think of campgrounds, don't know where to look.ReplyDelete