Being the 1st Sunday in October, it was World Wide Communion and they did a great job of putting so much meaning into that sacrament. We really appreciated being there.
We were back to the CG by 11:15, changed (it was sunny and mild - 66 degrees, so shorts and capris were the clothing of the day). We walked to the porch at the office to use their WI-FI, for our data plan starts over tomorrow and we are within 3% of our usage! I downloaded photos and got the blog up-to-date! Ken did some work on Facebook.
We decided to just have a day at the CG since we have been so busy the last 3 days. We have enjoyed all the things we came to this area to see and do! We will be leaving for near Albuquerque tomorrow morning and stay at a CG close to the Balloon Fiesta Site for 2 nights in preparation for our 1st boondocking experience. It should be interesting!
Ken did a lot of work outside in preparation for leaving tomorrow. Our grill has never been so clean! He also loaded the bikes and disconnected the sewer! I did some work inside and then I made some jewelry while watching football.
We took a walk around the campground for a "photo shoot" and took a picture of the Durango and Silverton Railroad passing the CG.
|This is a must do train ride when in this area!|
|The entrance to the CG!|
|What a beautiful backdrop for the office of the CG!|
|We loved the sites we could see from this CG!|
|This is the 1st CG we have stayed in that offers a "laundry:|
for your doggie!
|It cost about $10.00 to wash and blow dry your dog.|
I think 75% of the campers in this park had one or 2 dogs!
|Another gorgeous site from the CG!|
This CG really is a very nice one and the workers are so pleasant and helpful. A great location for when you are in this area.
Enjoyed a relaxing evening of reading and watching more football.
Our stay in the Durango area has been fantastic!