Rio Grande Gorge, New Mexico


Cold And Raining

Adventure Location:  Decatur, Alabama

The rain started about noon and is supposed to continue until tomorrow sometime. It is not a hard rain but it is COLD large drops steadily hitting the roof of the Castle. It is cold outside to the OFM. He considers anything below 70 to be COLD.

His virus seems to finally be on the road to healing but he still is whining like an alligator bit him on a tender place. As fat as he is, you can bet it was a greasy tender place.

This cooler weather has the OFM trying to make up his mind when to leave Decatur and head westerly. Then there is the trouble that by then it will be getting chilly when you head west. We are even considering that vast wasteland around AJO, Az for a few weeks of being lazy. Who knows what the Teams will do? We do not but we do know it will not be in a COLD area.

Since we have nothing to write about, how about a picture of our campsite here in Point Mallard Campground.

Like most campsites here, it is fairly spacious for small rigs like Comfort Castle. As you can see we do not spread out very much when we set up. The KISS principle is great for our style of camping (living).
With a little luck tomorrow will see the end of the steady rain and maybe the OFM can get the golf clubs out and try to have tooooo much fun.

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