Messy Truck Camping

Pollen has to be cleaned from the solar panels at least 3x a day. I have been sneezing like crazy. Every wind gust brings more pollen. Not a problem, just an observation about the hazards (lol) of truck camping.pollen while truck camping

I have been putting off emptying the truck and doing a thorough cleaning. Well, today, coming to town, the topper door popped open. 32 miles of dust and grit and sand and pollen  blew into the back. Into the living/sleeping quarters. Ha. Now I have to empty the back. Sometimes thats what it takes.

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7 Responses to Messy Truck Camping

  1. Suzanne says:

    I suspect I am too late with my question and you have already moved out of cell range, but just hoping you could please let me know if you think Burro Bridge would accommodate a 24 ft motorhome? Thank you, Suzanne

    • Mas Prema says:

      Back into town for the day. Yes, 24′ can fit if you are coming from Dolores.

      • Suzanne says:

        Okay, thank you so much for the reply. I was in Durango, but had to flee. I just couldn’t breathe. I’ve never smoked, but that must be what it feels like to smoke a pack a day!

        I wasn’t sure about the road, so I kept on driving. Now at Lizard Head Pass where it’s cool and cloudy. Sure hope you get some rain to wash down the air soon!

  2. jane K A Dinsmoor says:

    Earwigs in Woody Creek are sneezing too so you’re not alone there. And it’s HOT. Be cool.

    • Mas Prema says:

      Crazy sneezing. Just had a fit trying to buy coffee in a gas station … couldn’t put on the top from sneezing. Silly. Hate these fires.

  3. Fred says:

    Oh my goodness! All the best with the cleaning. Comparatively speaking, it seems a small price to pay given the sheer beauty of your surroundings. We city slickers are envious of your setting and style of life. I hope the pollen season ends soon.

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