Chilling Out Back at Kofa
Thursday, January 25
This morning I bid farewell to my friends Scott and Cindy as we depart our camp in Quartzite for our next destinations. I am headed south on Hwy 95 towards Yuma, but will stop back at Kofa NWR for a few days before hitting the city.
It’s only about 25 miles to King Rd where I turn east towards the Wildlife Refuge. I find a campsite on the south side of the road just across from where I camped with the RV Forum group previously. I’m a little close to the road, but facing away towards a small mountain and nice views.
There isn’t much traffic on the road, so I’m not bothered by it. Kofa is one of the quietest, most peaceful places where I have camped up to this point in my travels. The last three weeks were a little hectic, and I’m still decompressing from the amount of travel I did the last few months. Ah, it’s nice to spend a few days here again. I keep a log of my fuel expenses, miles driven, etc. From July to December, I averaged 2,088 miles per month! That is WAY too much driving and I don’t expect to continue that in the future.
I hang the hummingbird feeder by the window and attract one little hummer.
Misty is entertained.
During the days I’m here, I mostly read some books on my Kindle app, catch up with some chores and that sort of thing. You know, everyday life stuff that we all do.
The sky has been on fire the last couple nights. Enjoying a beautiful sunrise or sunset never gets old it seems. I love them all!