This spot is perfect for boondocking (free and dry camping) and so much nicer than most campsites you pay for. Saturday night, the 12th of March, we sat under starry skies eating freshly baked bread that Michael made with the Dutch oven. No photo, sorry! We dove right into eating it warm with butter!
Before we came here we spent three nights at Escapees campground. One morning, about one half hour after we awoke, I started with chest pains, radiating to my jaw and left shoulder, with nausea. Michael rushed me to the local hospital ER, where tests and an EKG showed I did not have a heart attack, much to our thankfulness. The doctor recommended a stress test, so I will be arranging for that. Boy, was that scary. I feel well since.
Just returned from a sunset walk and saw and heard black and white warblers, a pileated flying, Cardinal, blue-gray gnatcatcher, Carolina wren, and Carolina chickadee. Our third night here and we're listening to coyotes in the distance. We hear cattle or steer calling out too, kind of a spooky sound! And, not a soul around! Very peaceful and beautiful! Because it is so lovely here, we might stay for a while!