South Fork, Colorado. Home for the next two months!

We escaped Albuquerque Friday afternoon about 2pm and headed north pulling 16,500 pounds of home behind us.

Later that evening, after a nice hike around Ojo Caliente hot springs, we came to a very interesting observation.

There was nowhere else we would rather be at that moment.

That led to a conversation about how many times since we have had the RV were we where we wanted to be with no thought or wish to be somewhere else?

The answer was about 95% of the time.

This was a beautiful thing to ponder and only possible as the tension and stress of the city of Albuquerque faded away. Physically feeling the difference allowed us to truly appreciate it a lot!

People in that town are used to having their cars stolen while they are in the store, at home, or anywhere else. I walked into a hardware store in a nice part of town to get a key for the truck made.

There I met an off duty cop who was also having a key for his new Ford F350 truck made. He parked in front of the store (two spaces away from the door!), walked in to have the key made, walked out to check the key and someone had forced in his door lock and tried to steal the truck! The only reason they could not was because he had a boot on the steering wheel! Dang!

Only in Albuquerque does a cop put a boot on his steering wheel to run into the hardware store!

Then there is the normal traffic, along with the noise and light pollution. YUK. Since we were there just to get some warranty work done on the RV, and the people at the RV place were just jerks for the most part acting like they could care less if we were there just made it all that much worse.

I wonder how many people can say that 95% of the time they are exactly where they want to be – and there is nowhere else they would rather be? I think that is a very cool thing to be able to say and Shelly and I thank God every day for this blessing!

So now we are in an RV park in South Fork Co. We are going to work here 4 days on and 3 off and get ready for winter back in Red River NM. We can feel productive, make some new friends, and explore southern Colorado while leaving our home here. It is just too heavy for the shorter trips we want to take to explore this area.

Here is where we have been in the last few weeks. As soon as I have collected and edited videos and pictures from the three devices we use – I’ll create a visual post!

Going down to 43 tonight with a high of 74 tomorrow. Perfect!

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