Steele Creek Park, COE Camp, Whitney, TX—Yesterday I put down $14 and stayed a day in a pay campground. The reasons:
- Electricity to top up the battery bank (my last camp had both overcast skies and shadows from trees)
- Dump the holding tanks
- Fill the fresh water tank
- A long, long hot shower (vs my typical Navy showers)
Then this morning, I moved to Steele Creek Park, another Corps of Engineers (COE) free camp. The lake on two sides. Lots of open space (shadow-free for my solar). Great Verizon signal for the Internet. There is even drinking water here.
Best of all: Solitude. Once again I have the place all to myself.
There’s a lot to be said for contrarian camping (camping during the local off-season).
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