The Burro Bridge campground in the San Juan National Forest is wonderful. The elevation is 9,107 feet and the wildflowers are blooming like crazy. Mornings are chilly (I can see my breath) and the days, so far, have been rainy with a few hours of sun almost every day. The campers in this tiny campground are all hikers, anglers or bikers. No generators. No loud nothing, unless it is the cacophony of birds. If you click on any of the images they will expand to glorious almost full size.
The image above is one of 13 sites that the campground has. They are all fine. This one, #1, is great for morning sun.
The above is one of 3 bathrooms that I maintain, thanks to Pine Sol and labor. Below are a few things I have found useful while truck camping.
I just took my first shower in 3 weeks. Cannot even begin to tell you how good it felt. Treated myself to breakfast in Dolores, thanks to a pay check. Thank goodness for mobile apps. I was able to deposit the check directly into my account via the iphone, without having to drive an extra 100 miles for the nearest branch of my bank. This is very helpful for people on the road.
I will be at Burro Bridge until September 15th, so you will see more of the San Juan National Forest. I will also start talking about some of the characters I have met camping out at Burro Bridge. Stay tuned!