As I was perusing my photo albums yesterday I realized that in many places I’ve camped, I had a picture with a black frame around it: a photo taken from inside Cas looking out. I made a sort of mini-album of these pictures and others with one big rule in mind, the picture had to be taken right at my campsite.
These photos aren’t as scenic as many of the shots that grace this blog, because for the majority of the year I’m staying in employee campgrounds which aren’t as pretty as RV spots visitors pay to stay at. But it’s still an interesting way to look at my travels, my Casita’s view of the adventure. It’s also a nice trip down memory lane for those who’ve been following IO a while, or a good way to catch up on places I’ve been for those who haven’t.
There are more of these pictures that I’ve taken this year, but I’ve decided I’m going to save them for a year-in-review post at the beginning of 2016. Hope you all enjoyed this trip down memory lane, have a good week!
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