The plan was to go to Carlsbad and visit the Carlsbad Taverns. However I discovered Guadalupe Mountains National Park. I have never heard of this park, so off to the Visitors Center, where I found out that they have a small campground with 8 sites for larger RVs. OK, I said, why not. There were only three really large RV sites (40' long), all the others are much smaller and some are occupied by smaller class C and class B RVs. There was just one long site vacant, and I took it and registered for three nights. (Only $4/night with NP Seniors Pass). This NP has no roads, just hiking trails. Maybe I will go hiking a little.
I just got a HIGH WIND WARNING on the computer (EASTERLY WINDS 35 TO 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 65 MPH. IMPACTS: HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES TRAVELING THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS SHOULD USE CAUTION AND REMAIN ALERT FOR HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.) - nice
There are a few photos here.