During our first year on-the-road, we did not know what a good camp in a town looked like. We would drive around looking and looking. Then, taking a chance, we would make a camp. Hoping on hope that we would be alright during the nite in this chosen place.
Gradually, we began to know how to spot a good town camp more easily. Last nite, for example, when we were looking for our camp in the Town of Jacoma, we found it in only a few minutes. And this Jacoma camp proved not only very peaceful for sleeping, but safe as well. Nobody bothered us during the nite time.
Story about Nite Camping
Do you know about MsTioga Magazine [link]? There is a story in MsTioga Magazine in which Tioga and I share lots that we learned over the years with you about finding Nite Camps.
Click [here] to read that story which we call, "Nite Camping Information."
11AM - We love WalMart!
MsTioga was about to go straight thru the City of La Piedad when she spotted a periphery road, and decided to go around La Piedad instead. Guess what we found? A big 'ol WalMart. We just cannot resist WalMart. Don't know why?
Gotta go shop!
4PM - Temporary camp
We are in the City of Irapuato and have made a temporary camp where we plan to stay until around 9pm. Then we will move to our Nite Camp location which we have already spotted.
It may not be a good idea to stay in our Nite Camp location too early. Could give crooks a target. Arriving after 9pm reduces potential problems.
6PM - Hotel Belen
The TiogaRV Team decided to stay on the grounds of the Hotel Belen. We like it here. Also, some of us seem to recall staying here before, but we cannot remember when? Hmmmmm?
Location: Camped at Hotel Belen in the City of Irapuato, Guanajuato
Elevation: 1756 meters