From the bloggers at Coloradoan.
When I last wrote about my new living arrangements in an RV, I had just hit the road after selling my home and many of my possessions.
Since I was new to this much vehicle – I was now driving a 44-foot long rig of RV and Jeep without much more than a test drive around the RV dealership – I decided to stay local to build up a comfort level. What better place to go than my favorite place in Colorado – Mount Evans.
Now I had no intention of taking the RV up to the top of Mount Evans. The curvy, narrow road gets just a little too close to drop offs that probably fall hundreds of feet into the tundra below.
But I could try my hand at boondocking in one of the many spots along the road in the national forest between Idaho Springs and Echo Lake.
As usual, with my ability to squish too much into one day, I arrived late in the evening and had trouble finding a flat pull out large enough for the RV and Jeep.
To read the full story by The Coloradoan, click here.