A See-Saw Season
The weather didn’t seem to know the season. It bounced from wintry cold to summer hot, and then back again. Except for the usual Springtime gusty winds, the temperatures and conditions were all over the place.
The usual boondocking camps were used. A Hike Up a Hill was needed to obtain a useful cell signal. I was getting itchy feet, so I began to roam about. I took a loop around the other side of the mountains, with stops at several Forest Service campgrounds along the way. Found some rock art at the trail to Apache Creek Petroglyphs. Got my second vaccine shot. Then the state parks began allowing drycamping again.