Cimarron Canyon State Park was our home for the night. Cimarron Canyon has three campgrounds in the park - Maverick is apparently the largest of the three.
There are no hookups at this campground, so the rate is $10 per night as it is in all New Mexico state parks. The highway quiets down nicely at night.
Our targets for the day were to spend some time in Santa Fe before dropping Jeff at the Albuquerque airport.
Fiestas De Santa Fe which meant the cost of parking was a larcenous $30 for the RV. For geocachers, RV parking is across the street from the Travel Bug coffee and map shop.
Making our stop at the ABQ airport was also challenging. They have height restrictions, but the signs don't say what the maximum height is or how to route to avoid those restrictions. Turns out we had over a foot of clearance.
Very Large Array. There are 27 of these large dishes interconnected to function as one massive antenna.
Datil Well BLM campground. The regular price for this campground is $5. The sites tend to be quite sloped, but I found an available one that was close enough that I could get leveled up.
One of the reasons I chose this location was to position me for breakfast in Pie Town the next morning.
Unfortunately, every restaurant in Pie Town was closed when I went through. So much for world famous pie for breakfast!
The rest of the trip was all familiar roads, and I was home by noon. Over 1600 miles in less than 75 hours. The rig is officially broken in, and now it's time to start on the mod list.