Spring Break in Southern Utah

I probably should have done a little more research before I planned a 2 week stay along the Arizona/Utah border near Kanab in April.  Had I done a little investigating, I would not have been surprised that these two states are not in the same time zone in the summer.  Arizona does not do daylight […]

The Wild West in Las Vegas

Even among the rattlesnakes, I never feel in danger until we arrive in Las Vegas.  Jim suggests that we spend a few days recovering from our week of boondocking by enjoying the amenities of the Las Vegas park where he winters.  I am initially dazzled by the warm reception we receive, the sparkling pool, clean […]

Gettin’ Our Kicks on Route 66

While in Lake Havasu, a nearby scenic stretch of historic Route 66 beckons to us.  In addition to the breathtaking natural scenery along this lonely road, we also discover a number of interesting man-made sights. Most importantly this run takes us through downtown Oatman, AZ where we hope to see the famous wild burros roaming […]

Lake Havasu Adventures

As we pull into Lake Havasu City, AZ we are greeted by signs declaring this city to be the home of the London Bridge.  I wondered where that bridge went.  For the whole story, click here.  Short story is that the founder of McColluch chain saws bought the bridge, built a canel here for it […]