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Boulder City to Parker Arizona

As much as we love to walk the strip in Las Vegas, we are also so glad to leave after three days of constant noise and people and lights and crazy stimulation. So we are out of there and headed from Las Vegas to Qquartszite to boondock for a few days before the crowds get there […]

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Boondocking on Darby Wells Road in Ajo, AZ

Boondocking on Darby Wells Road in Ajo, Az is a topic often discussed around campfires in the boondocking community. We were first introduced to Ajo 10 years ago by friends who had been full timing on the road for 20 years. It was one of the most enjoyable boondocking experiences that we have had so […]

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Quartzsite RV Show 2017

We went from the craziness of Las Vegas to the mad house of the Quartzsite RV Show 2017. When this is over we will head to the boonies for a while to recover. However, you can’t miss the yearly Quartzsite Sports, Vacation and RV Show for getting RV and camping toys and essentials. (Be sure to […]

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Valley of Fire State Park

We are continuing our posts of past travels while we wait to start the Spring thaw. Hopefully, we will be out and about again soon. Some years ago we spent a night in Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. We would have loved to stay longer, but we were on our way to a […]

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Virgin River Canyon Campground

One of our favorite campgrounds, and most convenient, when traveling on I 15 north of Las Vegas is the Virgin River Canyon Campground. This BLM campground is just off of the highway but gives you the feeling of being in the wilderness. It is perfect for an overnight stay, or for longer if you have […]

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Apache Trail

The Apache Trail had its beginnings centuries ago as an aboriginal highway through the Superstition Mountains. It is Arizona’s oldest and most ancient highway. It was named the Apache Trail after the Apache Indians who later used this trail. It then became a stagecoach trail for western travelers. Tortilla Flat was a stage stop for tourists […]

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