We left Triple T RV Resort in Kerrville TX today and drove 252 miles on I-10 to Fort Stockton TX.
Shortly after leaving Kerrville and heading west on I-10 we saw a change in speed limit.
Lucy is very capable of driving that speed, but our pocket book told us to keep it at 65 :)
The road is long and there's not much traffic.
We went from the beautiful Hill Country to rocky terrain to a flatter, mostly colorless terrain.
It doesn’t matter the terrain, there’s still wildflowers everywhere :)
When there were no wildflowers, there were blooming cacti.
Wind is a major factor out here, although today, with the exception of an occasional gust, it wasn't bad.
We pulled into Fort Stockton RV Park at 2:20 PM.
I think we timed our arrival perfectly. There was no one waiting when we arrived. We checked in and got settled in our site.
Within 30 minutes, the RV's started arriving, one right after the other. Sometimes, there was 3 or 4 arriving at once. This has gone on all afternoon and now, into the evening. What was a fairly empty park when we arrived is quickly filling up. Quite the popular place. One of the reasons this place is so popular must be their onsite restaurant, the Roadrunner Café. They serve breakfast and dinner daily at very reasonable prices. That’s a nice perk after traveling several hours and we took advantage for dinner tonight. We both had the ribs and they were very good.
We'll head out tomorrow morning turning off of I-10 and going NW on US 285 into New Mexico. Our first destination will be the Carlsbad area. We’ll spend a few days there exploring the area before moving on. See you from there.
Thanks for stopping by.