Monthly Archives: February 2014

2/25/2014 – End of the road (for now)

We left Bahía Kino yesterday morning after a standard late breakfast.  The trip, according to both the GPS and Google Maps, was estimated to take about 3.5 hours or so.  Both these guides had us turning on a road about … Continue reading

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2/23/2014 – Heading down the coast

After a couple of days in Playa Encanto, south of Puerto Peñasco, visiting with Bill & Elli, reading, watching the Olympics, eating and generally screwing around,  we headed south for the little fishing village of Desemboque where our friend Kevin, … Continue reading

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2/18/2014 – Back in Mexico

I was talking to our neighbor at the campground yesterday.  This is a guy who, with his wife, has traveled all over Europe, Canada, and the United States.  He had one trip to Puerto Vallarta once, and plans to join … Continue reading

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2/17/2014 – Lots of cactus but no Log Lady

We spent our last night in the US at the Twin Peaks campground in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, about 10 miles from the Mexican border, and it was a great place from which to exit. First off, like Joshua … Continue reading

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2/17/2014 – Next to the last night in the US for awhile

Before leaving the RV park in Quartzite, I removed the thermostat from Flipper’s cooling system.  Didn’t have time to test it but decided that, if the run to Gila Bend on I-10 didn’t result in any overheating, then the thermo … Continue reading

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2/16/2014 – Desert Rats

We are currently in Quartzite, Arizona, apparent RV center of the universe.  The population is somewhere around 4 or 5000 permanent souls (read: people who stay here year-round) but, come winter, I’d guess that population doubles at least.  You gotta … Continue reading

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2/10/2012 – The Skull Rock Trail

The Skull Rock Trail starts in the Jumbo Rocks campground, crosses the road and then ends up back at the entrance to the campground.  At only 1.7 miles, it’s not much of a hike but more of a nature walk, … Continue reading

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