We left the Fredericksburg area two weeks ago and headed west towards New Mexico. Looking back at my pictures from that time, I debated about even doing a blog post. There was nothing very exciting about this part of our travels. No sculpture ranches or Presidential homes or even amazing scenery. West Texas is kind of barren and desolate. It makes for great driving but not great pictures.
In a strange way, these ordinary days are some of my favorite parts of this lifestyle. I love passing through the small towns and I think there's a kind of stark beauty in these harsh landscapes. This won't be my most exciting blog post but I wanted to share a few pictures anyway.
Our first travel day after Fredericksburg took us to Mason, Texas. We were still in hill country at that point and the drive there was beautiful! The wildflowers were starting to bloom and there were large sections of the countryside just covered in yellow and blue. This picture really doesn't do it justice but it's the best one I got from the window of the motorhome...
We left Colorado City Monday and drove to Hobbs, New Mexico. We really enjoyed our time in Texas this winter but it felt great to finally make it to New Mexico. It has been very windy here this week so we've pretty much just hunkered down and taken care of some little jobs around the motorhome. We're leaving Hobbs tomorrow to head to either Roswell or Carlsbad so I should have better pictures in my next blog post.
Hope everyone has a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by.