We decided to take our spring vacation a little later in the year in order to make the Summer In Santa Fe II rally. As usual we got a late start on departure day (Janet had to work, and I had a bunch of errands to run), so we wound up not pulling out of . . . → Read More: 2013 New Mexico – Day 1 (Travel)
Rust On The Tub
We just got back from a work trip to Bullhead City/Laughlin. Harrahs was nice enough to comp our room (all those trips to the Ak-Chin Harrahs to play bingo with Mom are paying off) so we were looking forward to the down time and doing some gambling.
Unfortunately, while the . . . → Read More: Laughlin Trip
Janet had a work seminar in Las Vegas this week, so we were able to get a couple of nights comp’ed by Harrahs. The seminar itself was part of the National NCRA Convention there and was being held at Bally’s. The Monorail was very convenient getting back and forth between the two locations.
We had . . . → Read More: Vegas Work Trip
We decided to spend another low key vacation up at Lynx Lake in Prescott AZ this spring during the week of May 16th. Finally got around to hiking the circumference trail around the lake, and took a trip up FH3 to Mormon Lake on a day with rainy weather – mostly to check out RV . . . → Read More: Lynx Lake 2011-05
View from the west shore of Lynx Lake
We decided to take our vacation a little closer to home this season, so we went up to Lynx Lake (near Prescott, AZ) this time around. We stayed there from 9/13 through 9/17. From the campground Prescott Valley is about 10 minutes away (food stores, Harkins . . . → Read More: Lynx Lake 2010
Before leaving Bluff and heading to Moab I was looking at the maps and brochures trying to decide where to stay. Originally we were thinking of staying a couple nights in town so we could walk around, and then finish with a couple of nights at the Dead Horse Point Campground. We checked out a . . . → Read More: Moab ’10 – Setting Up Camp In Moab
After spending a couple of days with our friends on the rim we got on our way to Moab. We decided to spend the night in Bluff, UT, on the way – which would put us in Moab early in the morning. For those interested, here was our route. Since it was a Monday night . . . → Read More: Moab ’10 – On The Road To Moab
On our way up to Moab we stopped for a couple of days to camp out with some of our fellow airstreamers from the 4CU at the Mogollon Campground (Google Map) in the White Mountains where Jimini is being a camp host this summer.
Unfortunately, on the first night, we were bitten by the late . . . → Read More: Moab ’10 – First Days In AZ
Our first stop on the way to Durango was Winslow at the historic La Posada Hotel which was built for the Santa Fe Railway. The architecture and artwork are very interesting. The photos of the many famous people who have stayed at this hotel line the hallway.
La Posada’s Turquoise Room is a must-do restaurant. . . . → Read More: Winslow — La Posada
James Ranch is in close proximity to Haviland Lake where we camped. The James Ranch farm stand is only open on Saturdays this time of year, but we learned that Nature’s Oasis Natural Foods Market in Durango sells local food items from James Ranch and other farms. It was a great store to stock up . . . → Read More: James Ranch — Local Food