I know - I've used this title before, but it's always true.
We covered 4,774 miles in 27 days and it was a great trip, but the house is bigger than the 17-foot Casita, the view is great and my pre-dawn walk with Scooby Doo was cool (35 degrees with a cool north wind), but the sky was cloudless and, though there was no moon, there were millions of stars above ... that grand, clear, high-altitude sky we see in the Southwest.
The trip really went well. We learned a few things about traveling with the Casita, learned to drive differently, etc. Found a few details we need to fix on the trailer (shower stall doesn't drain, and it's too shallow to be a good bathtub), but all-in-all it served us well.
Time turned out to be more of a constraint than we would have liked; Sandy was saying yesterday that it would be nice to be able to stop for a few days in one place, unhook, explore, photograph, etc. I think we'll probably use it more in that way, setting up the Casita as a base camp that we can work out from.
Anyway, it's great to be home. Going to the Bakery for breakfast and more pleasant re-entry. Got duty at Artisans this afternoon and then looking forward to a play in Cortez tonight. It's good to be home! tv