Coon Hollow Campground

Address: Blythe, California, United States | Campground
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A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 17, 2014

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Today we went to Blythe, California. CALIFORNIA! Stop reading this blog for a moment and watch this video to commemorate the moment: Okay, you're back. Great! We'll start at the beginning. Chore groups change; we're now on overnight... my least favorite. It's the last chore group I'll ever be a part of for Bike & Build. Pack up, eat up, clean up. I had to do 70 push ups; I'm now down to 300, but we're running out of days and ...

Day 21 - We ran out of fingers

A travel blog entry by maxrocks on Jun 09, 2013

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... see it in full costume. They were all so talented.

Apparently Prescott is home to the World's Oldest Rodeo. It seems that it is also home to a lot of bikers, as is most of Arizona.

We took off, heading west again, and crossed the mountains, driving on really scary mountain passes with turn-offs every now and then. It was like being in the alps with great views (which only I could enjoy being the passenger). I did see a lone ...

First Taste of the Desert

A travel blog entry by crossamerica on May 10, 2011

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... through a bike tyre.

Mostly we had a tailwind but not always. When it turned to a headwind it required a strong push to keep rolling along at a reasonable pace.

Even with experience the sound of big 18 wheel trucks thundering past your left ear 15 feet away still kicks in the adrenaline!

Chris and ...

Palo Verde, CA

A travel blog entry by tracyandjohn on Mar 24, 2011

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After around a 7 hr drive from Shane & Crissy's we ended up camping in Palo Verde county park. The park we initially were looking for didn't seem to allow camping anymore and we lucked upon a really cool park on the river. The campsite is nestled underneath a really cool huge tree and we are in spitting distance of the ...

Free camping

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt on Jan 18, 2011

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... resort along the Colorado River. Koal got to swiim so she was happy. Gord was happy he had a martini in one hand, a book in the other and close to the water. Happy Place!!! Hot sunny days. Very dusty when the winds blow. That desert dust gets into everything.

We did some exploring around the area and found a few more geocaches. Saw a really neat Saloon.....the Horney Toad Saloon. So of course it needed a picture. Photos to ...

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