State parks are some of my favorite places to park the coach, but sometimes they are "out of range" for cell phone and internet service.
It is a strange feeling - not being able to text - not being able to instantly get online and read blogs, check emails and research my next stop.
I rely on the internet for travel information and maps. I have paper maps with me, but prefer to check out camping spots on the computer.
Do I avoid staying in places where I am out of range? Or, do I take advantage of this quiet time to do something else?
This week I arrived at a State Park and discovered that they had no cell service, I asked a park employee if they had a pay phone. I just wanted to let my daughter know why I would not be replying to any text from her. They did not have any pay phones, does anyone?
I had to drive several miles to get cell phone coverage, contact my daughter and go back to the park.
No new pics to post. I have not taken many pictures this week. I've just been relaxing and enjoying traveling.
It is the sandstorm that shape the stone statues of the Desert. It is the struggles of Life that form a person's character ~ Native American Proverb