La Posa South BLM
It was a busy first week that flew by. Visiting, hiking, RV Show, BBQs and so on.
Fun time with my Bro.
The view looking down on the other side of what was the original bar (center building).
View from a short hike up.
Steve, Diane, Me, Steve, Glenda and Curt.
Another day we visited the Yuma Proving Grounds on our way to Yuma with Curt and Glenda.
M386, Launcher 762-MM Truck Mounted Rocket
"Pastor Steve" performed a great ceremony.
The happy couple!
Straight from the wedding to the prison. Coincidence?
These are the graves of those that died at the Yuma Territorial Prison.
Graffiti on the cactus. :-(
Steve got into a little trouble here. Luckily I was able to but him out. The Backwards Clock.
Some of the prisoner cells. Some were slightly nicer than others.
I think was the Honeymoon Suite.
On the way out the train went by and I just happened to catch the locomotive.
Frog Balls and Hog Balls. Hmmmm.
Another beautiful moon!
Chocolate Mountain Gold Mine and Stamp Mill
While we hiked towards the Q, Glenda spotted it in the sky. "X" marks the spot!
At the top!
The trail back down.
I found some colorful old glass near the mine.
And of course it didn't take any time for Hobie (aka Thug Dog) to hi-jack Hurley's rug.
Cori, Greg, Trevor, Guy and Sue.
Harry and Vicki surrounded by some very nice Canadian friends.
The fish was De-lish!
Pam and Diane
Curt, Glenda, Dianne and Vickie.
Hurley happy to have his rug back.
It's great to be back in Quartzsite.