We left Borrego yesterday,we hadn’t intended to be there for seven weeks, but it was easy to stay, good weather, lots of things to do, and some nice people to spend time with.
New friends John and Nicole are from Bridge Lake in northern BC, they have two cute dogs called Nibs and Snickers.
Not hard to guess who is who
We may see John and Nicole in Yuma . Nicole is running the half marathon at the end of the month.
On Sunday we had a visit from a park ranger, who told us that the property we all camp on had been bought by the state park.He didn’t think there would be many changes, except for a time limit for camping, metal burning containers, dogs on leashes, just the normal state park rules From what we understand the boundary would be at Rockhouse Road, so there would still be some private land for those who spend the winter,He was a little vague about the boundary,I guess we will find out if we go back there next year.
We decided to go back to the BLM area outside of Yuma, We have several things we have to do in Yuma, so we are settled in on Ogilby Rd. We really lucked out with our site, we are in the same area that we were in last November but about two hundred yds. farther off the road.
This is looking out our door.
Someone built a beautiful desert garden
There are even steps down to the wash
The weather today was perfect, sunny and warm, things seem a little greener here,even the Ocotillo were blooming.
We saw the news from home tonight. it is so cold and snowy, hope you all are keeping warm,