We stopped at a Texas Welcome Center that had an interesting building with iron cow sculptures outside. Texas seemed to have a number newly built rest stops along the highway.
After looking at maps, we decided on camping at Red Cloud Campground in Cibola National Forest. We passed by the campground which seemed adequate but not inspiring to check out the sights. We passed by several dispersed campsites, so we felt like we would be able to find other campsites further along.
The weather report indicated that there would probably be rain and/or thunderstorms later. The roads seemed like they would be fine even when really wet.
We found a wonderful campsite near the top of a peak. It seemed like a great choice. It had great views and we could continue along the route for a hike. We didn’t mind that it was very exposed to the elements since the Fuso and Big Foot camper deal well with winds.
Great views, but turned around due to oncoming storm clouds.
It got really cold due to the altitude (over 8,000 ft) and the storm. The heater didn’t want to turn on at first. It was warm enough inside for Jon to wait until after storm went through. Jon finally got it to go, but it required much poking from the outside. It was still sprinkling.