Oak Tree Inn - Yuma
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... major drawbacks that we have yet to overcome. WiFi is available only in the library, pro shop, and office while the cell phone reception is virtually non-existant on the AT&T network.
We did a little shopping to restock the refrigerator and biked around the resort. We found the Wi-Fi hotspot in the library and checked our email and Facebook accounts. There are 7.5 miles of paved roads inside the resort and we took our time looking around at the ...
... 4 more times…..no
sooner did we get over one obstacle we were at the next. My blood pressure and
anxiety level were on a continuous high. All-in-all Rusty did a fantastic job.
Seems he has a knack for picking the right tire placement/line which is key to
coming out of these trails without body damage. Guess I had better get used to
it. We have another rally in Moab UT early May.
After the Yuma rally were spent a week in ...
... and ended up at Joshua Tree National Park. We camped 3 nights in the park and filled our days with as much hiking as we could. The Joshua Trees themselves are beautiful - quirky and Seusslike! Each one has its own design and personality. Such fun to wander through and examine. The boulders and rock formations in the park are equally awe inspiring - much like the ones in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, CA. From Joshua Tree we headed east toward the CA/AZ border at the Parker Dam on ...
... members in the park and had happy hour or two, then went over to the hall for supper of a BBQ and pot luck. Afterward we played a card game similar to Sorry that is called Joker, lot of fun and laughs.
Friday morning we met everyone for a pancake and sausage breakfast. Karen went with the other ladies for shopping and lunch in the nearby towns. After happy hour we car pooled to the Italian Garden Café located seven miles away ...
... and Dad's friends Roy and Irene. They live in Foothills, a planned RV community, in a nice fifth-wheel. We had a great lasagne dinner with them, and lots of laughs about Mom's lack of teeth (her temporary ones had fallen out and she looked so funny!). Roy had also acquired a few coveted RCAF ball caps, so Dad will be happy!
On Monday morning we departed early for Algodonas ...