Friday, November 11, 2016

Boondocking on Veterans Day

Hoping my fellow veterans had a great day today.  Martha and I sure did as we drove Uma the URRV towing Scarlett on the trailer to go boondocking or "dry camping" in the Pike National Forest.

Based on advice from fellow Uralista Craig H., we went to a spot with dispersed camping spots just past the National Forest border along County Highway 39, off of County Highway 77 south of Jefferson, CO.

We had a multi-site spot all to ourselves and picked a spot basically in the middle where it was mostly flat ground.

Pretty good view eh?

We spent the afternoon relaxing, with me doing a bit of work as we had cell coverage at this spot.  Sunset came early as we're out of Daylight Savings Time, but we were ready for it!






A pretty good way to spend Veteran's Day for Martha and I don't you think?

7 comments:

RichardM said...

A wonderful spot and I hope you both had a wonderful Veteran's Day. Thank you both for your service to our country!

The weBoost worked pretty good?

SonjaM said...

A pretty good way to spend any day i.m.h.o., Dom & Martha. Lovely view.

Charlie6 said...

Thanks RichardM, without weboost -111db 2 bars LTE, with weboost -92 and 3 bars LTE.

SonjaM, thanks....it was a tad chilly towards the end but well worth it.

Arizona Adventure Dude said...

Thank you for your service! What a great way to spend the day!

Charlie6 said...

It was pretty good, thanks AZ AD!

Trobairitz said...

A perfect place to camp - no neighbors.

And to see such beautiful sunset from right there in your lawn chair....... very nice.

Charlie6 said...

Definitely had the place to ourselves Trobairitz! The view worked out pretty good eh?