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Before picking up our campervan, Nick and I spent the morning walking along the Vegas strip. Our hiker:homeless ratio has slipped toward the latter, so we were ignored by all the pamphlet-pushers and given nods and waves from the local homeless population. It was actually a great feeling and made us feel like real travellers rather than just naive tourists.
The van was a beauty. It had a couch set up in the back that folded out into a double ...
... Oxbow was nice for Gerry. They let us bring Maggie in so she had some fun "snooping" around the bar and outside sand patio area.
On to Tucson, to Lazy Days KOA for the night Sunday. Monday morning we will get an oil change in the rig down the street at Camping World, then head east on I-10 To Las Crueses NM for 1 night. Then a 3 day run I-10 to I-20 across Texas to Arlington, Texas (suburb of Dallas). There we ...
... you get it property. Bring along a flashlight and go inches by " over the whole piece just before buying it to ensure the finish is intact. Prior to buying household furniture, imagine how you will will carry the furniture piece. Numerous furnishings shops offer only limited delivery and may cost for delivery. By borrowing a friend's truck, you can choose your household furniture and save a lot of money by hauling it yourself as opposed to having to pay shipping and ...
... at The Horny Toad followed by beers at a cowboy and then a biker bar. Drinking diet coke at all of these places was not fun for me and frankly a little scary. I think you need a beer and at least one item of leather clothing to fit in.
In the evening we headed down to the local Irish bar "Connolly's" where i got a chance to quiz Mike on what motorcycle customization entailed. If I ever buy a Harley i now know the man to ...
... to the Bachelor and Spinsters Ball, dance all night then drive all day Sunday to get home mentality. It takes training.
We climbed out of the valley on the narrow back roads high enough into the Sierra Nevada that we met a snow plough on its way back from clearing the pass up ahead. It was only a few minutes before we found the snow and the cold that went with it. Oh well, I thought, here we go again. With the road just ploughed and plenty ...