From Colorado to Mexico

In the past twelve days we have already traveled over 2000 miles from Colorado to Northern California, then down the coast all the way to San Diego. We have had a wonderful time visiting with friends and family and seeing both old and new places along the way. Today is our last day in the good old USA and we are spending it running errands before crossing the border into Mexico early tomorrow morning. We’re looking forward to finding a nice little place to camp by the beach, surf, and just kick back and relax for a few days.

Packing for a year on the road.

Packing for a year on the road.

Leaving Boulder

Leaving Boulder

Packing up the van in Estes Park.

Packing up the van in Estes Park.

All ready to go!

All ready to go!

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Happy van family.

First morning on the road, in Wyoming

First morning on the road, in Wyoming.

Camping just outside Great Basin National Park

Camping just outside Great Basin National Park.

Camping just outside Great Basin National Park.

Camping just outside Great Basin National Park.

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park

Frozen grass in Great Basin National Park

Frozen grass in Great Basin National Park

Rest stop in Nevada.

Rest stop in Nevada.

Revisiting the shoe tree that we stopped at last time we crossed Nevada on Hwy 50 - "The loneliest road in America".

Revisiting the shoe tree that we stopped at the last time we crossed Nevada on Hwy 50 – “The loneliest road in America”.

Shoe tree

Shoe tree.

Tim flinging a heavy pair of boots at the shoe tree.

Tim flinging a heavy pair of boots at the shoe tree.

Random sand dune in Nevada.

Random sand dune in Nevada.

Chimera shadow.

Chimera shadow.

Audrey, our new driver.

Audrey, our new driver.

2 thoughts on “From Colorado to Mexico

  1. I’m so glad that you found someone else to help with the driving but you should have let me brush her hair first!

  2. Awesome! I missed the surf board mounts when you were in EP, but they look good! Also, whats the traffic cone for? Do I need to bring one? Have fun south of the border!

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