We woke to a cloudy sky this morning...it was in the forecast, so not a surprise but still disappointing nonetheless. Another lazy morning was on the agenda...I think we are really taking advantage of being able to have our lazy mornings because we know that they are short-lived. We will be working this summer...back to a schedule...yikes! LOL!
After breakfast, Steve went out to program all ten tire pressure sensors to the refurbished replacement tire pressure monitor he received from TST in January. The old monitor started dropping out sensors last November so hopefully this is the fix.
It was shortly after noon by the time we decided to get out for a walk. We walked down the hill towards the lake.
I initially wasn't going to mention the following...or show the pictures but felt compelled to do so. We were very disappointed in the amount of garbage left behind in these areas below us. It never ceases to amaze me what pigs people can be especially marring such a beautiful area.
They would probably be the first ones to bitch the loudest if these areas were closed because of it! An old computer monitor...come on...really?!
Lots of fresh water clam shells...
That's our rig way up there on top of the hill. These roads that we walked today are steep and rough and would require AWD or 4x4...
After our walk, we relaxed with a bottle of water enjoying the view and then I went in and made us lunch (yes...a late lunch...after a late breakfast...).
I spent the rest of the afternoon baking while Steve read and researched stops along our route as we head north. Oh yeah...somewhere in there I managed to get a blog update posted!
And that was pretty much our day...a nice laid back day in a beautiful area. One thing about this place is it's on the flight path to the Vegas Airport so between flights you can hear the birds in the distance. The only other campsite that comes to mind in our almost 5 years on the road that had such awesome views from our rig was Goosenecks State Park.