Continuing our tour of the New Mexico State Parks, our next stop was Caballo Lake. After much discussion between ourselves, we parked below the dam instead of overlooking the lake.
We noticed the cliffs across the Rio Grande really took on color near sunset.
One more of the new fifth wheel.
Now if you're wondering why I'm posting so many picture of the RV, it's so you'll recognize us if you see us out and about. And it worked! Our friends Donna and Bob of Traveling-U.S.A. happened to also be at Caballo Lake and tracked us down. We spent a fun afternoon catching up with them.
We also met Ron's daughter's mother-in-law and her husband for lunch one day. We see them about every three years. She has to be the happiest person I ever met, so lots of laughter ensued.
It was getting a little warm that far south, so we jumped 180 miles north to Albuquerque. We normally park at Sandia Casino for a night or two, but bad news. What used to be free, now costs a minimum of $28! To stay in a parking lot with no amenities! So we moved three miles to the Cracker Barrel where we had the best meal for less than that. We're copying your good idea, Dave and Marsha.