Camping

I haven’t written much about my van that I bought last summer. I’ve taken it out for an overnight, my second. I am in the small mountain town of Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado. Staying in a municipal park which has a few campsites. The Colorado river is my front porch, the railroad tracks go by, and the Hot Springs with many pools are a quarter-mile away on the other side of the train tracks.

After my drive up and getting settled in, I took advantage of the springs and enjoyed a soak. Then I did a bike ride along the river enjoying a little exercise and the view.

Not a bad mini holiday.

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