Coming home on the long home stretch through the west from our cross country trips I have several nice free places to camp at in Wyoming, Utah and Nevada which are a comfortable days drive between each point. Only around Winnemucca, Nevada I've never had a good place pre-selected. RV parks there are a rip-off and in town around the gambling joints are too noisy or unwelcoming. Each time we stayed in Winnemucca left me for wanting better. You certainly would not want to live there. This time I stopped at the BLM office (Bureau of Land Management, a Federal agency) and they gladly directed me to some BLM land just a few miles out of town. The nice thing about BLM land is that it is free to camp on. It was a short steep climb into the mountains and the view was wonderful.
The polarizing filter overworked itself on this image I think.
I don't know what the camera focused on but nothing here at least.
Water Canyon. This is a good place to stop for the night from now on.
This pretty much concludes all of the places and sites we saw on our Gulf Coast Tour from this past Spring. I may have another alligator picture or two yet. It is now Fall and so Sinbad and I will leave tomorrow on a Fall Colors Tour. We won't be gone for as long (it'll get too cold) and will be sticking closer to home most likely not leaving California. I might be able to post something while on the road. Be good, have fun and hold down the fort while we're away.