For the past week we've made our home at Ken's Lake, a BLM campground near Moab, with a super bunch of "Fulltimers." The group began with four rigs and gradually, as more wandering friends joined us, we swelled to ten rigs at our max. Some left as others arrived, different sizes and types of rigs, some with pets and some with toys. These gypsies hail from New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Montana and California. We range from five months to seven years on-the-road. The stories being shared of fulltimer experiences are never-ending.
A big thanks from us all goes out to Jerry and Dee who have offered their site for campfire gatherings and hosted delicious Dutch oven meals. This morning's fare was scrumptious cinnamon rolls.
Here's Jerry doing his magic with the coals and iron pots.
It's difficult for us to be on the South Beach plan with this going on.
But we can always do that next week. It's been fun and we'll have to do it again down the road!