Are you headed across the mid-west this spring or summer, and looking for something different to do? Consider a stop in Cope, Colorado!
Cope is an old town on Highway 36. It had it's day, but not so much anymore. But, it is a quiet, small farming town in the middle of nowhere. There is a post office and a couple of churches, small grocery store 20 minutes away, and a 9-hole prairie golf course about 10 minutes away.
I am staying at my son's place in Cope for the next couple of months, and we have plenty of boondocking space for visitors. Traveling and just need a quick overnight spot? Cool. Want to hang out a couple of days? No problem. Feel like getting involved in some projects on the farm? We got that too. We have a small, homestead-style pig farm where we raise high quality pigs for some high-end grocers. We are always building, fixing, scooping, feeding, watering. You know - farm stuff :)
Let me know if you want to stop by. There isn't much to do out here, other than get into the farming state of mind for a bit. It is a nice reset from being in general population.