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Seven Rivers

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5 travelers at this place:

  • Day1

    Day 1

    May 31 in the United States

    We left Austin bright & early and made the trek out to Carlsbad Caverns. This was Chris's first time. The plan was to hike through the caverns, head to the state park to set up camp, & then back up to the Caverns to watch the bats. Unfortunately, we got stuck in traffic & by the time we made it to the campsite there wouldn't have been time to get back for the bats. Instead, we set up camp, played some dominoes, & enjoyed the evening by the lake. Chef Chris made us some yummy chicken sausages, & we were visited by some nice bunnies and a small slithery fellow by our picnic table.Read more

  • Day2

    Good Morning!

    June 1 in the United States

    We awoke this morning to a wonderfully loud bird perched above our tent at 5 am. After the 104° afternoon we had, the weather this morning feels amazing! We had a great breakfast of leftover chicken sausage, boiled eggs, gouda, blueberries, & coffee. I also discovered a very disturbing looking giant desert spider! All packed up now & ready for day 2!

  • Day18

    Brantley Lake state park

    January 29, 2017 in the United States

    Just outside of Carlsbad. Had a beautiful drive over the Sacramento mountains even saw snow and the ski area was open. Not too cold, 42. Then down into the desert again. Sorry no photos, I went grocery shopping and got back after dark. Tomorrow Carlsbad and some extra cave and land hikes. it is supposed to keep getting warmer so just might get in some lake time. View from my kitchen

  • Day80

    Here's a tip ...

    November 10, 2015 in the United States

    When traveling, if at all possible, avoid washing your hair in areas where the water comes from aquifers created by passing through living limestone and salty gypsum. Unless you have a marine haircut, perhaps, like SOME people we know.

    This is NOT the "wind hair" I promised in an earlier post. This is my hair (if such an appellation still applies) after putting coconut oil on it and trying to style it with the hair dryer.

    Mind you, Gordon is the guy that failed to notice the time I came home with FLAME RED hair. ("Notice anything?" "Uhhh ... you got your hair cut?") When I showed up after my shower, Gordon opened his eyes wide (you could see the hamster doing overtime on the treadmill of his mind) and said, "Isn't YOUR hair cute!"
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  • Day80

    Carlsbad KOA

    November 10, 2015 in the United States

    A very nice campground, indeed. We arrived early and agreed to spend the afternoon lazing, washing hair, and doing LAUNDRY (John will be relieved to hear).

    Weather is gorgeous ... sunny with dappled clouds ... and WINDY! I think it is just getting going, though. They are predicting winds of 40 mph this evening and gusts up to 50! Fortunately, the wind appears to be behind us so the geezer mobile should be aerodynamically situated to weather the weather with minimal shake, rattle and rolling.

    They have a little cafe here which gave off a tempting aroma when we checked in, so we have ordered a beef brisket dinner to be delivered to our site.
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