Just off Highway 198 is The Big Orange, a roadside fruit stand filled with goodies from the Mesa Verde Ranch. We stopped on our way home to purchase local cheese, oranges, and olive oil for cooking summer meals. Temperatures were in the 90s, and I wore a simple floral dress and sandals. I often find it difficult to balance style with camping-appropriate clothing. But since this outfit is entirely thrifted and cost only $14.00 in total, I didn't mind getting these pieces dirty during our weekend river trek. For me, summer style isn't complete without a pair of cork sandals and a market bag, both of which I've worn almost everyday this past week. Granted, I didn't wear the cork sandals around the campground, but they were a welcome addition to town explorations and a short thrifting stop in Gilroy, California.