Thousand Trails Resort
Steve hasn't been released from his Doctor yet after his eye surgery, so we moved out of the Elks as we had an incident with speeding drivers in the parking lot that resulted in a police visit. Then we are off to Arizona. First we stopped at another Thousand Trails that we have not been to yet. We wanted to have a short drive so Steve could see how it is driving the rig again and setting up/tearing down since it has been 3 weeks.
Lake Minden at the campground is very pretty. If we were able we'd have kayaked here. It's a nice campground if you can be here in Spring and Fall. It's cold now and can be foggy in the winter and very, very hot in the summer. There were some nice walking trails we did which made Steve feel much better to be outside again.
Our two youngest boys were enjoying some successful duck hunting.
As we drove to Lancaster we passed up some oil fields.
It was crazy windy and very cold as we headed out. Driving through town we had a tumbleweeds blowing across the road. (video) We also drove Rick and Angie down the Musical Road. If you drive 45 miles an hour you can here Mozart play with the vibrations on the raod.
La Posa LTVA BLM
Me and Jenny. Our kids went to school together back in Placerville.
The best burgers and garlic fries. We split a pulled pork burger.
Taking a picture up above.
Bob, Kathi, Angie, Rick, Steve, Me, Jenny & Jim.
Jim and Steve
When that whole Bernie Meme thing came out we had to have a little fun with it too.
Look who joined us out in Quartzsite!
Kofa Mountains, AZ
You have to bushwhack to the bottom of the canyon and find the right spot to climb up. It is a lot of rock climbing and some spots are as narrow as a couple of feet.
Our nice view of the Kofa Mountains around us.
It was still cold but we had some great fires and blankets!
The flowers that our friend, Rose, gave us back in Placerville are still looking good.
Up above the Stone Cabin.
On the way to hiking up Palm Canyon we stopped at the Circle of Life.
Here they are zoomed in.
Angie squeezing up the chute! (video)
Made it! A quick snack and rest and we headed back down.
The narrowest part of the chute.
Our camp with the full moonrising.
That's our rigs.
We had a great time with Rick and Angie and I think they really had a good time at Quartzsite and here at King Rd. They headed back home to CA and we spent one night in Yuma to clean the rig , tanks and do some laundry.
Thousand Trails Resort
Patagonia State Park
We were in site #90, 50amp/water.