After 6 months camphosting at San Onofre we are once again on the road to places elsewhere. The campground closed on the 1st of October and we spent a couple quiet days getting ready to move. Sitting in one place for six months results in lots of things to put away. All was ready by this morning and we hooked up and were on the road by about 10 AM. We drove south on I-5, around San Diego and then east on I-8. Up and over the mountains, down into the Imperial Valley and across the desert to Yuma we went, with the winds pushing us all the way. I'm sure glad we weren't headed west today!
We'll be here for a couple days to get some dental work done, then it's off to the Phoenix area for a couple weeks, and a big family reunion. We'll be staying in an RV park in Apache Junction this time. Normally we like to boondock near the river but it's still warm to be without air conditioning in the desert.
Our long range plans, which are cast in Jello, are to spend another month or so getting to the Denton area for the holidays, then back to the Arizona desert for three months until our season starts again in April next year at San Onofre. We have been thinking about only staying there for 3 months next year. Six months in one place starts to feel like a job about half way through, and by the time we are ready to leave there, the summer is over in the mountains where we love to spend time. Maybe we will find another park somewhere to volunteer for the other three months, or maybe we will just travel and explore. Who knows. Like I said, Jello.