|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.