This morning, John and I went for a 31 mile ride with a 1,700 foot climb into the mountains on the West side of Borrego Springs. We couldn’t see our RVs from the viewpoint where we turned around:
After lunch, we drove out to view the Galleta Meadows sculptures, an art installation spread over a wide area in the desert North of Borrego Springs:
After finishing our tour of the sculptures, we visited the Anza Borrego State Park visitor center:
We then stopped at the library and checked out some books. Throughout the day, winds from the West have been intensifying, and during the drive back to the RV we had to slow way down as visibility was reduced to a few dozen feet due to blowing sand.
There’s something cozy about being in an RV during a storm, especially when the RV rocks slightly as the winds howl past. We’re looking forward to the cooler weather these winds are supposed to bring.