I arose at sunrise. I broke camp and grabbed the buggy.
I made my way up to the frontage road.
I chipped away at the miles and entered Sierra Blanca, TX.
I ate juevos rancheros at a restaurant and then found my way into tree line behind a gas station. It was hot early. I was tired. I set up my hammock and laid down for rest.
Time passed. I slept most of the day.
I bought a sandwich at subway and downed a few cups of powerade. I made my way across town.
I filled up my empty gallons at a water spicket at a bank. I also washed up. At 5:30 p.m. I left town.
I put in the miles along the I-10 frontage road:
I watched the sun set at a rest area 9 miles outside town.
I ate a tuna wrap and downed a powerade.
I made my way to the opposite side of the Highway to continue to follow the frontage road.
My GPS had told me the frontage road ended a few miles after the rest stop. I did not want to travel on the interstate at night. I was a little disappointed, I spent most of the day resting and missed out on some good miles.
I settled. I found a great bridge with culverts beneath. It was along an empty river bed. I had to off road the jeep to get down there. I was nervous that thorns from the desert brush would puncture a tire or two. It was risky, but I made it down there. I hung my hammock and watched the moon and stars. I slept great!