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... learn something here though. As you know we have seen several petroglyphs sites, now we have seen geoglyphs or as these are called Blythe Intaglios. They are hard to see from the ground since they are carved into the ground. Theory is they were created for the Gods to see not much else is known about them.
We also went to a local track and watch several car races. It was pretty neat to see a small town come together over a single event. There was one thing ...
... and a small park with dense, lush grass. There are horseshoe pits, a large community campfire ring, a volleyball net and benches under shade trees that invite you to sit and watch the river roll by.
A boat ramp and sandy beach sits on the side of the park for easy access to the river. The park is clean and well kept and everyone we've met is friendly. Mike and I grab our lawn chairs and head out to ...
... to dinner tonight and this place was packed, a sports bar and grill. The 49ers and Seahawks game was on. Guess who lost???
Now we are caught up with all the mess, like all the laundry, cleaned the shower and the floors.
so, with all that done it's time to go play again.
Leaving here soon to head down the road.
Jim and Kathy
... and beer! So we did just that and headed to the local equivalent to Asda and got our BBQ stuff. AK got the BBQ going pretty quick and we had a lovely tea sat at the picknick bench in the sun. Just as we were finishing our sausages a guy in a wheelchair came over walking his dog, a little Boston terrier called Cash. While SJ was making a fuss of Cash his owner started to talk to us and we found out his name is Tex and he has had an interesting life. He was in the ...
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 ...