She was feeling better in the morning so we packed up to look for a laundromat. Our plan was just o stay at Walmart tonight as Taos Walmart allows boondocking. It's about the only RV friendly place in town. There is NO boondocking to be found, or at least hat we could find. Parking a beast is just about impossible, and our search for an RV dump went no where. One place we stopped at charged $10 to dump...I think not. Do some of you really pay that? Boy I must be cheap...that or spoiled so far with our luck.
We continued through town and ended up at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.
And stopped a another RV place along the way. This one was an Escapees member, so we stopped in to ask them how much it would be to pay to dump...just dump, not water. Their fee...$15. I said thanks anyway and the lady told me I wouldn't find a cheaper one in town. So I told her I just found one in town for $10 and I wouldn't pay that either. I have travelled from BC and have not had to pay to dump yet and don't plan on starting with a $10 or $15 fee. We'd make do until something free came along and left. The funny thing is that since we are Escapee members we could have stayed there for the night for about $16...$1 more then just to dump!
After leaving we headed towards Earthship Biotecture just planning to have a look around before heading out of Taos...
|Earthship Biotecture Visitors Centre. Tours are $5|
|Sierra racing through the greenhouse|
|Stopping long enough to choose her wedding bouquet|
We now know for sure that our plan to build an earthship is right for the family :)
Some other little deails from the Cotage Corner
The sunset was beautiful