The Plan This Spring, which is only a few short weeks away, Jagger and I will blaze the trail to our beloved Montana home. However, we will be taking the […]
Good morning trail partners. In the last post Jagger got anxious and pushed our adventure along. I’ve linked some of the photos for the lost dirt mound below. We camped here last year too. It’s better known as The Lost Dutchman State Park. It’s a wonderful state park with both electric and non electric sites. I’ve also put a link below to the campground review. Boondocking in the Desert Recently we have found ourselves with destinations lacking internet making posts scarce. But don’t think that has affected our adventures! our camping has been where our Internet is limited the last month or two and our activity
I open my eyes and it’s still dark at 5:15 am. My alarm hasn’t gone off but I’m ready to get up and start the day. I reach for my cell phone to turn on the volume and check for any updates. Then lay here staring at the ceiling. Well I know I’m in my home (the Coach), but can’t immediately remember where my camp is located.
My first “desert boondocking” experiment went well. No surprises, thanks to those who went before me and made good notes on their blogs. It was a time of rest and reflection after leaving my busy months in the Mesa area.
The day has come when we leave our camp at Usery once again and head West, leaving my Arizona family and starting our travels for 2016.
Jagger is ready to go! Time to start this wagon train West…
‘Twas a cold winters morning and the puppy was still snoring, while visions of goodies pranced in his head. I too was sleeping when suddenly I awoke to a small soft steading beeping. What, not Santa’s Reindeers, so where was this beeping from?
A little precarious at times, not only from the rough road needing a high clearance vehicle, but a couple of very steep drop off’s if you miss a turn.
On Hold in Arizona For those who didn’t know, I had extended my stay in Arizona by several weeks because I was waiting on a couple of parts to be obtained by Orangewood RV in Surprise, AZ. so they could complete the warranty work on my Coach. I only had superficial flaws […]
My family time has been unmatched, especially for my Arizona family because they were so far away. I now find myself again having to say good bye for now, as my Daughter and two of my grandchildren leave for the drive back to California with my best friend Beth. Immediately after they leave I had to say goodbye to my Arizona family, my Son his wife and children.
Wednesday, I meandered down to Gila Bend…to visit another published petroglyph site here in Arizona. I enjoyed…
…why were the “White Tank Mountains” given that name?