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From Quartzsite we drove Hwy 95 into Lake Havasu we saw more RV's than cars! Tells alot about this area!
... are so many hiking
trails in Indian Canyons…can’t wait to come back. For some reason, time just
flew by that week and we didn’t make it back to Joshua Tree NP. So we will just
have to come back…..shucks. :)
We stayed in a place that had really cool (hot) pools. They were fed by the hot springs (hence the city’s name). The pools were 90+ and the hot tubs were 104+. There is nothing like swimming under the stars ...
... scarf, a blender, strawberries and the generator, whipped up some delicious margaritas and we all pitched in to make a huge camp breakfast of pancakes, eggs, sausages, bacon, ham, potatoes, scones etc...no shortage of food!
From here we parted company with the Kan-Akas (Jan and Brian still languished at the Oasis) and headed south to Yuma, to carry on the saga of the teeth...but that's another story! ...
Climbed from Camp Verde on the 17 till we turned off to go to Dewey-Humboldt and on through Prescott Valley and then Prescott. Prescott is 5300 feet in elevation and a couple of businesses used the name Mile-Hi which made me think of Denver, Colorado, the mile-high city -- never been there but will one day. I recall we often mention the mile-high city but in reality this trip has seen us ...
After almost three weeks in El Cajon we headed out on the road again to leave the newly formed quartet to get their house and lives back in order. We didn't drive too long or far, arriving here around 3:30pm after leaving the outer edge of El Cajon after picking up food and fuel around 10:45am.
Leaving El Cajon on the 8 eastbound you climb from somewhere around 400 foot elevation.... Boulder-covered mountains/hills to ...