Best Western Pahrump Station
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Sunny, light breeze, zero humidity, max of 46°C (115°F) along the valley floor. Still 32°C (90°F) at 8:30pm
Breakfast was pretty similar to LA with the variety except there was also fresh scrambled eggs, bacon, etc and much more room to seat everyone. We left at about 9 am, filling the car with petrol first. (Want to keep it topped up before we …
Hallo von den Hot Boys, Haben uns heute mal umbenennt. Die Etappe führte uns durch's Death Valley. Das zu erleben ist schon was besonderes. Wolken ? Gibt es hier nicht... Sonne ? Ohhh jaaaaa.... Einfach nur Sonne. Warm ? Ach was.... Nix warm aber sowas von heisssssss.....!! Wenn man schon so langsam kocht unter dem Helm, der Wind sich anfü …
We are back from Death Valley, back to being able to
connect with you and the world (Rusty’s happy place)…… It took him a little
time to adjust to the fact that he couldn’t just get up and walk over to his
computer and search…… ;)
We had a fantastic time again in Death Valley. We were
there for 6 days and we toured Scotty’s Castle, hiked Ubehebe and Little Hebe
craters and bounced down ...
... the trailer had been parked for almost six weeks. This was the longest period of no camping we have had since we first got the Coleman travel trailer, and Cindy and I were both getting itchy feet by the time the first weekend in March rolled around. Chris called and booked us sites at our favorite getaway, Lakeside RV Resort in Pahrump, and so on Friday afternoon we left the school doors behind us and headed home to hitch up. By 4:30 PM, we ...
Pahrump...what's that? Why it's a town in Nevada that has, believe it or not, a winery with a big, beautiful RV park right beside it! So, off we went to meet up with the Anakas and Sorensons, who had already been there for two days. The Wine Ridge RV park accepts Passport America, so we had a lovely site with electric, water, sewer and wifi for $22 per night...oh, and free ...