By 9AM, I was basically alone in the Delta County Fairgrounds once again. All the rally attendees had departed for home and the rally was over.
Spent the rest of the morning just relaxing in the newly returned solitude. Closer to lunch, I decided that since no riding was planned for the afternoon, might as well displace to the boondocking spot I'd spotted and checked out in the last couple of days.
Camp set up was under mostly cloudy skies, and thereby nicely cool temperatures. Oh, and it was a bit windy but not bad. Being situated between two dirt mounds helped cut down the wind's effect as well.
This spot isn't on my usual go-to app for locating boondocking locations. I'd seen some existing fire rings while riding about the northern portion of the NCA and thereby it met all the requirements for dispersed camping site within BLM managed lands.
Here's a view of part of the dirt road that leads to the top of the hill on which the campsite is located.