Once again we find ourselves camping at Anthony Chabot in the San Francisco east bay. This place is a bit peculiar as most of the park is dry camping and generator usage is prohibited. As a result, the sites frequently turnover – often daily, which I suspect is because most rigs do not have capacity to sustain batteries beyond one or two nights.
Seemingly we are one of the few rigs that have capacity to maintain power longer term and it’s been interesting to observe the mood of the park ebb and flow between weekenders and those passing through during the week.
Soon enough we to will be moving on, contributing to the transient nature of this interesting campground.
When Kelly cuts her hair, she seeks the nearest Aveda salon, which once required that we divert our travel itinerary half a days drive away. Fortunately, Kelly only cuts her hair a few times a year, and also because we spend enough time in larger metro areas, the nearest salon is generally not too far away.
On the other hand, I cut my hair weekly so my approach is much simpler – step outside and buzz a clippers over my scalp. More, since I can cut outdoors, the clean-up could not be easier. The process consumes fifteen minutes start to finish.
I’ve tried to convince Kelly to follow my lead, but she’s not hearing any of that nonsense. And, in fairness, her hair is nicer than mine.
At 9hrs, yesterday’s drive was a big push for us, perhaps one of our longest. Still not where we needed to be be, we decide to overnight at an interstate rest stop.
In a perfect world, we prefer to limit our drive days to 2hrs max, our rationale being why rush from here to there when everyday is just another day on the road? By comparison, I’m guessing such an effort is nothing for these big rigs shadowing us.
I didn’t get the best night of sleep, but I caught a lovely sunrise this morning.
It’s been a particularly hectic work week and I was in desperate need to clear my head fast.
Fortunately we are camping in an area known for phenomenal riding, so I awoke early today and spent a few hours on the bike consumed in a network of trails that I could otherwise easily explore for days.
Just what I needed.