After a good visit by the boy's maternal Grandfather: Richard, I drove Uma, the URRV, trailering Scarlett, the 2014 Patrol and mounting Yagi, the '06 Yamaha TW200 on the front bumper rack towards Cañon City.
I transited through this medium sized town and drove north towards the Oil Well Flats BLM area.
Though a bit sketchy in parts, I managed to drive Uma on BLM trail 6941 to the junction of 6941A and thence to Campsite 16. I'd been in the area before so the recce had already been performed, negating the need to first check things out with Yagi.
There were other campers in the area but not too many and the sites are pretty far apart and secluded.
Tuesday, Apr 28
Did some coordination work and analysis with the realtor via emails and calls during the morning, relaxing in the warm sunshine and doing a couple of maintenance chores on the URRV.
In the afternoon, I rode Yagi a few miles north to the Red Rock Canyon Park, run by Cañon City's Park Department. The restrooms and picnic areas were closed for Covid-19 reasons but the rest of the park was open for use.
There's basically one main dirt road that traverses the park and takes one past neat rock formations, picnic areas (closed) and a couple of restroom spots (also closed). I rode all the way to the other entrance to the park, located by Seep Springs, a BLM area; then I turned around retracing my way.
Here's some pics of some of the rock formations.
Tonight's sunset was "OK":
The mountains in the distance are part of the Sangre de Cristo Range
Displacing tomorrow to a location 30 minutes NW of Cañon City.