The next day (25 May) it was back in the RV. Again, the weather was perfect: not too hot, not too cold, clear skies, and mostly interesting landscape.
|Gloria Baskerville Dukeshire|
|Gloria & Valerie|
|I-40 has more trucks than cars|
|Leaving California: Lovely depth of field accentuated by the thick air.|
|There were painted cliffs|
|The Navaho apparently have no laws concerning the size of signs along the highways.|
|There were quarries|
|There were buttes.|
|There were Volcanic forms.|
|And there were freight trains running east and west along the entire I-40 corridor. |
All in all, it was a fascinating drive, and I am looking forward to the next leg of the journey. But for now, it's getting late. Valerie is now quite asleep. I'm surprised that the amount noise she makes sleeping does not wake her.
Good night for now. I'll soon add my own voice to the chorus of snores. It will surely awake the entire KOA campground.
Gallup, New Mexico