We turned north from Cline's and drove through Santa Fe and on to Abiquiu Reservoir Park.What a gorgeous place! I know. That is a truly inadequate adjective but used here because words indeed fail. The campsites are arranged on a hillside ascending above the reservoir, a large lake surrounded by arid hills and mountains, buttes, cliffs. There were three other camp vehicles on site. The first location we chose had no power. In talking to a neighboring camper, we found that the power had been shut off the day before, October 15. She, however, being experienced in such things had had the foresight to call the ranger station and asked for a couple of extra days for her site. Good fortune! If she had power, so likely would adjoining sites. One of them did and we had a wonderful camping experience. We walked along the cliffs and watched the sun set behind the mountains. This whole area is to be highly recommended, not only to campers but to you all should you ever have the good fortune to be anywhere near.