Knights Inn Blythe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... love Quartzsite!
Needing a spring roll and salad roll fix, the next day D & I took an overnight detour to Yuma to meet Victoria friends, Jim & Cass and their buds, Keith and Lynn. We stayed at the Westwind RV Park and once settled in got right to work on creating our Vietnamese feast. Champagne nearby, the ladies got to work rolling and ...
... can stand outside and turn 360 degrees and see a continuous circle of mountains. The cactus...oh my....are everywhere, so many different types, sizes and shapes. The cactus picture attached is nothing but cactus. Small gold/silver mines are everywhere in the mountains. Quartz (hence the name Quartzsite) and other gem rocks are in abundance here, that is why the rock hounds come here. Everyone is here in Jan and Feb to enjoy the 70 ...
... year and by January and February will have close to 1000 vendors. It has a number of RV parks in town and many still have lots of spaces. We are ahead of many of the snowbirds and vendors though there are a few already setting up. It appears to be an interesting place with what little we have seen so far. We only walked a short distance from our RV park this afternoon to mostly get ...
... the shadows cast on their hides from the slatted shelter overhead.
We drove through Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area which we understand is quite a busy place but perhaps just a little too hot still right now and also this is a week day. Just gorgeous sand dunes.... very warm.
Chose a Passport America resort and now sit backed on the Colorado River-- certainly bigger here than when we saw it in ...
We leave for Blythe, just over the California border, for one more stop before our new home. Arizona is not all desert ...... getting to Sedona we wound up and down pine covered mountains. Not until we get to south ...