Motel 6 Blythe
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... rolls and stuffing salad rolls. Keith BBQd chicken and we roasted veggies for a great meal. The campfire and fine camaraderie helped warm us up after dark (it really gets a lot colder when the sun goes down here in the desert!) and we had lots of laughs to finish off the evening!
Tomorrow we will meet back up with the gang at Oasis Palms near ...
Spending the night in Blythe, California.
Blythe is located near the California/Arizona border in the Colorado Desert section of the Sonoran Desert.
Photos taken by Digger in the chase car.... Lots of great videos but they will have to wait.
Tomorrow on into San Diego for the SEAL reunion at Coronado. a few days ...
... 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 ...
... got rid of so much 'stuff' we were not prepared to purchase more. We did however partake of one of the sidewalk vendors Samosas - veggie, potato and mushroom. Great choice, we loved all three.
After a while we wandered off to explore the rest of the town and came across a small park where a troupe of dancers were practicing their show. They were all on stilts and were incredible. I do not know what show they were preparing for, but I would have ...