As we wait for the snow drifts to melt off so we can get into our campground, we check the forecast the first thing each morning.
There is no cellular service here, so, no internet. We have to drive about five miles to get dial up speeds on a broadband device. However, blogging, coffee and satellite news weather & sports ain’t all that bad !
As we tour around the area while waiting to get up into Trujillo Meadows, we see evidence of lots of improvements that are being made to roads, bridges and campgrounds. This bridge is located near the Park creek Campground where we visited fellow bloggers CHAPPY TRAILS and BEARHEART & BUTTERFLY.
It is good to see these improvements happening in a manner that many may enjoy these mountains for years to come. I think that the dollars spent like this will bring valuable returns and be used for generations to come. I know that sometimes there are inconveniences from the construction, but we have used facilities that were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps many generations ago. Those investments have paid big dividends in recreational opportunities for a very long time.