So this week we’ve been staying at an RV park located sort of in the middle of nowhere, inland California. We’re further north, so it’s less drouth-y and that’s a plus. It’s been nice having electricity and water hookups again, and there’s a public shower that’s pretty decent. We recently got a tent room thing and an electric heater, so that’s been pretty awesome too. Joey and I use it as a workspace.
Joey and I have gotten up every past morning and gotten coffee at the lodge. I’ve just wanted to be around people lately. It’s weird, because it used to be Joey who was so eager to make friends and I was reluctant. Usually it’s just us and some of the workers though. I really want to meet more people. A part of me wishes we went with going to Quartzsite, but I have important writerly things coming up in San Francisco and Los Angeles that I’m excited about. Maybe next year.
It’s kinda dull here, except that there is an abundance of wildlife. We have seen at this park:
- Two great-horned owls, several times
- Dozens, possibly 100+ quails, all the time
- Bobcats, twice
- Hares, several times
- Flickers and Woodpeckers, all the time
- Mule deer, several times.
The following are all pubic domain images, because I was not lucky enough to capture photos of any of them.