Tag : RV campground

Quartzsite Arizona Plomosa Rd BLM

Seeing as it was December and the big crowds for Quartzsite had not yet arrived we thought Plomosa Rd BLM might have some wide open spaces. So we moved out of Hi Jolly BLM and went over to Plomosa BLM and scouted out a site with tons of room. YAY! We drove east on Plomosa Rd all the way to …

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Anza Borrego State Park California

It’s that time of the year. Time to head out to Borrego and get some our fill of fun!   After driving through Borrego Springs we enter the Anza Borrego State Park again and on to Palm Canyon campground where we have stayed numerous times before.   Campground: Anza Borrego State Park – Palm Canyon CampgroundLocation: Borrego Springs, CaliforniaSite: 48Cost: …

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Hi Jolly BLM Quartzsite Arizona

Welcome to Hi Jolly BLM! We have stayed in Quartzsite a number of times before but never in December. What a great time to be there.  The crowds are so much less than in January, February, and March. Wow, what a difference. Information about Hi Jolly BLM can be found at one of our previous posts.   Campground: Hi Jolly …

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Arizona Sunset Crater NM Bonito Campground

We left Panguitch and headed south on Highway 89 passing spectacular scenery on our way to Kanab. There are places that are reminiscent of Bryce Canyon, probably because it is in the same area.   It wasn’t long before we were in Kanab known at the Greatest Earth on Show!   Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument sits in southern Utah and …

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Panguitch Utah

We departed Salt Lake City and as we headed south along I-15 we could clearly see the Bingham Canyon Mine which is the largest man-made excavation in the world.  You can’t miss it if the weather is clear it is so big. And then further south we took Hwy 20 east about 20 miles to Hwy 89 to get to …

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Salt Lake City Temple

Welcome to Utah, The Beehive State, named in 1847 to symbolize cooperative work and the term is still used to this day.   We drive through Salt Lake city frequently but just recently a friend of ours moved there so it was time to spend a few nights downtown and do some visiting! So KOA it was!   RV Park: …

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Pocatello Idaho Museum of Clean

Ahhh…welcome to Idaho! It’s been almost 2 years since we were in Idaho even though we lived there for over 10 years. It’s great to be back. Harvest was in full swing, you could smell it in the air, see it in the fields, and feel it in your bones. It’s good to be back!   We decided to spend …

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Clark Canyon Reservoir Montana

As we headed south from Great Falls, Montana along I-15 we followed the wonderful Missouri River (the longest river in North America).  The interstate and the river run parallel in parts and then criss -cross each other every now and then. It makes for a lovely drive on a beautiful summer day.  We love that area, we love the river, …

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Dicks RV Park Great Falls Montana

We headed south from Dinosaur Provincial Park towards the US border. Along the way we stopped at the Milk River Alberta visitor center for our lunch in the RV. Milk River sits close to the US/Canada border hence the visitor center.  It was time to get out and check out the dinosaur!!   Off we went towards the US border. …

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Dinosaur Provincial Park Alberta

Welcome to Dinosaur Provincial Park, the home of Canada’s largest and most spectacular badlands! More species of dinosaurs have been found at this park than any other location of this size.   Dinosaur Provincial Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, extends for some 27km along the Red Deer River Valley and consists of mesas, hoodoos, and coulees. There’s a lovely …

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