|A lot of this.
|Eight foot short power lines along the railroad - like they're waiting for water to grow big.
|More interesting from space!
|Not Santa Fe, but a decent stuffed sopapilla.
Late afternoon Bill brings Tessa inside telling me there's a loose pit bull in our site. Hate to prejudge, but also don't need to take chances. A few minutes later our neighbor knocks on the door to see if the dog attacked ours. It's attacked their dog twice, and when I ask he confirms someone is coming to pick it up today. So very nice and concerned residents, but another mark against this quiet little park.
|Petrified Wood Building - 175,000,ooo years old, built of wood and turned to stone. Although this is the sign on the front, I suspect the wood may have turned to stone before it was used to make the building!
|1899 Star Schoolhouse - nice to see the community working to raise funds for restoration,
|One of two very large campgrounds - Hasty Campground at the state park with electric sites in the trees.
|A small remaining pond on the down side of the dam with very nice covered fishing platforms.
|By now we're not surprised to see the reservoir at 60% capacity, with acres of land previously under water.
|Lower water levels expose interesting rock layers.
|Day Use area at The Point just past the second campground, all dry camping with no trees.
|In addition to robins, sparrows, swallows, killdeer, a hawk, and a couple vultures, we see this beautiful, lone pelican.
|The old barn catches my eye along the highway, and then we see all the goats! From a couple rams to several babies, all are healthy and too cute.
Back home we get the laundry caught up for another five days without sewer hookup. Thursday morning we're on the move again.