Oliver Lee Memorial State Park, New MexicoFeb 27, 2015
Once again, we found ourselves at a campground we enjoyed last spring. Oliver Lee is nicely tucked in at the base of the Sacramento Mountains in the Chihuahuan Desert.
Leasburg Dam State Park, New MexicoFeb 19, 2015
Leasburg Dam State Park: Site #31 & #6, these sites have water & electric, dump station nearby, 29 sites, 4,200 foot elevation. February 19th - 25th.
We arrived at Leasburg with a three-day reservation because last spring, we couldn't get in without a reservation (we don't like making reservations). We find plenty to do in the area, so we scored one of few first come/first serve sites with water & electricity to extend our stay.
Rockhound State Park, New Mexico (2015)Feb 17, 2015
Top photo: Looking out our side window... Room with a view.
We returned to a state park we thoroughly enjoyed last spring & were greeted with a sea of little yellow flowers—one of the few state parks where rockhounds can collect rocks.
Pancho Villa State Park, New MexicoFeb 15, 2015
This State Park is the site where Francisco "Pancho" Villa's Mexican revolutionary attacked Columbus, NM, and the historic Camp Furlong on March 9, 1916.
St Clair Winery, New Mexico (2015)Feb 13, 2015
Our second visit to St Clair Winery via HarvestHost.com. Friendly folks here, along with good wine!
Sideman Jamboree, Bowie, AZFeb 11, 2015
"We went looking for music in the desert, and we found it! Sideman Jamboree."
Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area Campground, ArizonaFeb 08, 2015
Settling in for a few days boondocking at Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area. Looking forward to watching the sandhill cranes and other birds that cross our path.
SKP Saguaro Co-Op, ArizonaFeb 07, 2015
Top Photo: Day trip to Tombstone.
We’re back at SKP Saguaro Co-op (second visit within a month) for a few days to regroup, stock up on groceries, do laundry, and of course, visit with friends.