From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
We were up by 7:30 yesterday morning, ready to start our long trip east from not so sunny Arizona. It was another cold night, so cold that when I ran the living room slide in, big sheets of ice fell off the top of it. Hopefully now that I’ve left the state the snowbirds can start enjoying some good weather for a change.
There was still a lot of snow on the mountains around Tucson from last week’s storm.
We got on Interstate 10 and pointed the nose of the Winnebago toward New Mexico, not sure where we were going to stop for the night. As I said in yesterday’s blog, we have reached the point where a 300 mile day is about all we really care to do. But I also added that when the road is good and we’re enjoying the ride, we don’t mind pushing it a bit more.
It was a good day for traveling and before long we were entering Texas Canyon, a wonderland of rock dramatic formations that I always enjoy seeing.
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