Happy Trails RV Park
The last half of February kept us very busy. We took a little break before family arrived for the memorial service and we went to see the Disney movie, Coco. It was cute and entertaining and a nice distraction.
I liked the effect the purple lights had on the palm trees outside the theater at night.
Congrats on the new rig!
Hurley on the other hand was quite content with all the company.
|Brennan, Ryan, Shane, Mickey, Steve, Jeff, Kaylee and I.|
|Steve and his brothers.|
We all changed into more comfy clothes and had a family BBQ after the service.
Robert, Kaylee, Bunny, April and Marty.
Our boys playing some Frisbee.
I really like this picture of the kids.
It was a long day that ended with a beautiful sunset.
With the service over and the holiday here, Steve and I spent the day geocaching with Jeff and Mickey. It was Mickey's first time and he loved it.
Mickey's first geocache.
The cold front really kicked in and it was a very cold and very windy day. We finally were able to finish the day off with our 3900th find! Now, off to dinner for some pizza and wings. I wish they could've stayed longer. We had such a great time with the brothers. With Mickey and Jeff now back in Virginia, we had just a few days before we left Surprise and headed to the Parker/Lake Havasu area.
|Posing with Jon Taffer of the Bar Rescue TV Show.|
You may remember on my last post that Steve and I wanted to hike to the 2000 year old Juniper Tree that was in Prescott with some friends. All week the weather was threatening to snow on Friday. And that it did. I don't mind hiking in the snow or the cold, but it had been very windy too. That's not a combo I like. The windchill was horrible. So instead we met Skip and Tammy for lunch at Chilleens on 17 in Black Canyon City for BBQ.
Tammy is a retired firefighter from Prescott and Skip is a retired firefighter from Phoenix. We had all just seen the movie, Only the Brave, about the Granite Mountain Hotshots and they thought they did a really good job with it. Tammy had worked with many of them in Prescott and they both knew the Steinbrinks well.
We didn't get to do the hike, but we had a great lunch and talked for hours. Steve even won a squeaky pig out of one of those claw grabber games. We'll make a geocache out of it somewhere. We said our goodbyes and hope to spend more time with them next year once they finish their new house.
Curt finding one of many geocaches along the way.
I tried to capture the moon but it just didn't show up as bright in the picture.
We shared the trail with some 4-legged hikers.