My anticipated “weekend” away from work is being extended by a planned 3 week vacation.
We are currently camped at a KOA in La Junta, Colorado. Yesterday, we camped at Sandy Cove Corps of Engineers campground on Canton Lake in Oklahoma.
Tomorrow we will be traveling on for a week in the Rocky Mountain National Park area. We’ll be camped in the park for four days. When we reserved our campsite for the park, there was nothing available for the Labor Day weekend, so we made reservations at the Estes Park KOA. We prefer to have spots reserved for holiday weekends rather than trying to find a campsite when there will likely be a lot of other people camping.
After Labor Day, though, we shouldn’t have any trouble finding a place to camp.
We will be traveling on Labor Day, though…, and will probably be traveling I40, which brings back memories of another Labor Day on I40.
In 2001, we were headed from Steamboat Springs to Estes Park and decided to go by way of Golden to see a quilt exhibit. We didn’t even think about the fact that there would be heavy, heavy traffic heading from the mountains back to the cities.
We ended up in a traffic jam backed up for miles.
Fortunately, this time, we’ll be heading away from the cities, going west.
Here are a few photos from yesterday at Canton Lake:
The following “drawing” of boys at play in Lake Canton was rendered from a photograph using Corel Paintshop Pro Photo X2.
While I will be “off-line” and away fro the internet until Friday, there will continue to be daily posts that have been “pre-published.”
I plan to have more photos to share later in the week.