We spent several days in the area of Angle Fire and Eagle Nest, New Mexico. These two small towns are in the mountains at around 8,258' in elevation. Cool man cool. Temps hover around 75 degrees during the day and in the 40's at night. We will spend the next six weeks moving around at this elevation to stay cool.
Ran into a couple of other solo women rvers while at Eagle Nest State Park. Charlene is a van-dweller, that's her sitting on her door step. She has a blog and you can follow her by clicking here. And Roxanne who travels and lives in her Toyota Prius. Roxanne and I bump into each other often. Roxanne also has a blog, click here to see hers. There are many of us who live and travel in our rv's. Some rv's are bigger than others but the process is the same. You get rid of all you stuff, sell the house and buy something that fits your needs and hit the road.
SwankieWheels on the left and The Good Luck Duck on the right.
A different style of wind turbine alongside a cell tower at the visitor center.
The view from my bedroom window.
That patch of white on the water is a flock of White Pelicans who spend their summers here.
The roadside sunflowers are in bloom.
As tall as the car all along the road and in fields.
We are now back at Eagle Nest SP where it is a cool 77 degrees, and where beautiful clouds often blow in, in the afternoon sometimes bringing cooling rains.
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Evie and Joy