Travelers on an Adventure by (Tom & Deb) travel blog

Foggy morning as we prepared to leave Cedar Bluff State Park in...

Looking back toward the campground from the top of the dam in...

Another view as we cross the dam

Rolling hills, wind towers in the distance

There are literally hundreds of wind towers here

Another big tower out in a field of milo

Another huge grain elevated in Healy KS

Crossing into CO from KS, and see all them bugs on the...

Eastern CO is pretty flat and open too

Downtown Lamar CO, a GE wind turbine blade on display

Entering the state park

It’s hard to see, but the dam is in the distance

All set up for the night

Looking out across the lagoon from our camp site

Another view from our camp site

Beautiful morning sunrise

In the morning, we found ourselves in a sea of fog. We took our time getting ready to get on the road, and by then the fog had lifted. On to our next destination, John Martin Reservoir State Park in Hasty CO.


The weather was beautiful, the fields were forever, and the wind towers were many many many!

The dam at the park in Hasty CO is a Army Corps of Engineers project, and is part of flood control on the Arkansas River. Water levels here were low, just like those at Cedar Bluff State Park in KS. Our site was a nice pull through with 30 amp electric service only.


On our walk around the park, we saw a smaller Hymer RV with Swiss license plates on it. They had travelled from their home in Switzerland to Nova Scotia in early April, bringing their RV with them. Since then they had been to Alaska, then down the west coast and were on their way to Baltimore MD where they would board a boat enroute back to Europe at the end of October. They were familiar with the small town Tom's mother grew up in. … Small world!!


Once again, just an over night stop


2-ole-buddies + Bentley

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