Motel 6 Parker
Travel Blogs from Parker
... team dinner and were introduced to Corn Hole by Ben. In a nutshell, the aim is to throw a corn filled bean bag into a hole on a slanted wooden plank. It is harder and more fun than it sounds!
After all that fun and excitement I concluded the night by sleeping under the stars. A tent is not an ideal place to sleep in the middle of the desert; outside proved much more comfortable and relaxing.
... the headlands. Also I might add, we
heard the siren call of a seal barking. Started out walking and just
kept on going looking for that seal. (did eventually find some but not
The American Oystercatchers were putting on quite a
show for us flying in and out of the waters. They have very orange
bills, feet and eyes. Look so amusing when they come in for a landing.
vegetation on the headlands was ...
... of Bill's new suppliers has its manufacturing plant located here. Creative Tents is a "tensioned fabric structure" manufacturer, basically a modular tent type of product for industrial uses. It was good to stop and get an understanding of the process.
Spent the night in a road side rv park on the way to Prescott, we are having a mini reunion at lunch there tomorrow with Sister Mary. ...
Sunday night & early Monday morning was very noisy and proved difficult sleeping, truck noise form the highway and frequent train whistles from the other side of the campground, it was not our best night. In an effort to beat the morning heat we left the campground at 8:00 AM, which had a second benefit as we were able to travel further than we initially planned. We traveled south on CA Rt 99, to CA Rt 58 E; east ...
... of barbecued shrimp, rice, stir fry and rolls. Then the sun went down and we were treated with a fine Arizona sunset over the lake. I'll save the sunset pictures for tomorrow or so and show you what we saw at the Balloon Fest. More from here tomorrow... Oh, the temperature got up to near seventy today, so it was shorts and shore-sleeved shirts for Pete and me and a layer less for Lynn. Duffy wore his same coat. He's a purist, you know.