This was the last time I got together with my Google+ photowalk buddies before we left Oregon. That year, we all joined the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk, which was held in October, 2013. We all met at the Yaquina Head lighthouse, in the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area. The photowalk leader arranged for us to … Continue reading Oregon: Yaquina Head lighthouse (2013)
After a 3 day stay at the Kingman KOA Journey in Kingman, we drove down to Quartzsite for the next two months. For those who don't know, Quartzsite is a "winter visitors haven" for RVers in the winter months. The Bureau of Land Management has a Long Term Visitor Area (LTVA) just south of Interstate … Continue reading Arizona: Kingman to Quartzsite
Anyone looking at the weather forecast could see there was some interesting rainy weather set to arrive on Thanksgiving. We headed to Bullhead City to have our Thanksgiving meal with my mother-in-law, which is about an hour drive. Once we arrived, I kept track of the skies and the hourly weatherly reports to make sure … Continue reading Arizona: Clouds and storms
Yes, technically, we are camping on BLM land - but it's still in Lake Havasu City. 🙂 We've had some amazing sunset colors in the last few days. Looking towards town Looking towards the east On Thanksgiving Eve, the sunset towards town was not so spectacular, but I turned around and saw these gorgeous colors.
On Friday, we checked out of Lake Havasu State Park and headed for one of the two recognized dispersed camping BLM areas. We drove around each of the areas on Tuesday, and determined that the Lone Tree camping area was a much better fit for us. Less crowded, too. 🙂 On our way out of … Continue reading Arizona: Camping on BLM land