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This morning I sold my truck to an small local dealer. He said he would try to get the ownership in his name in the US which might be difficult and it might end up in Mexico! I probably should have taken the license plates off! His son came and took it away and gave me a ride to the cami headed to Nagoles. I went to the post office to send a few things more back but it was Saturday and closed. I had kept a bag of food and misc. but after walking to the ...
... gunfight at the OK corral, so watch the movie about what really happened there first. Time for a quick beer at Big Nose Kate's saloon where an old guy is singing cowboy songs, then off to the corral for the showdown. It was really fun - the actors were excellent, especially the young guy playing Doc Holiday, of course being the US lots of audience hissing and cheering encouraged! Some great photos taken of Geronimo and his tribe, some when they finally surrendered ...
Weeks on the Road: 35 wks (8 whole months!)
Travel by motorhome: 21,115km
Travel by car: 9,543km
Total km: 30,658km
# of States travelled so far: 19 of 22
Wildlife sightings: Deer, Lots of beautiful birds & Javalina tracks!(wild pig)
Campsite: Jan 23 - 31, 2015
Patagonia Lake State Park
Lake 2.5 miles long Reservoir
High/Low Temperature: 20C/0C
Mostly sun ...
... B.C.. Our wagon masters are from B.C. too! We have 4 motorhomes, 2 fifth wheels, 2 trailers, and 1 van. Before crossing the border, we travelled south from Edmonton December 27 to Mesa, Arizona. It was a stormy, cold trip and we were glad to finally arrive in Las Vegas where we washed salt from our rig and stocked it with food. We spent a week camped next to Larry's brother Rene and wife Donna park model in Silveridge RV park in Mesa, Arizona. We had a ...
... at the base of the Superstition Mountains and Wilderness area – a formidable display of craggy rocks that jut up into the air some 1000 feet. The natives of this area held these mountains were sacred and believed that they held the souls of those who had died as well as The Spirit of Thunder. The Lost Dutchman State Park is also near the (almost) ghost town of Goldfield, which at one point in history boasted dozens of gold mines and ...