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First Week in San Diego

San Diego, CA We’ve been settled in at Mission Bay RV Park in San Diego for over a week now.  The park is basically a large, paved parking lot with lines designating the parameters for each site.  Our site backs … Continue reading

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A Visit to Hemet, CA

Hemet, CA As we make our way toward San Diego for the month of December we had a week to explore somewhere new.  It is about 160 miles from our last stop in Twentynine Palms to San Diego so we … Continue reading

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Hiking in Joshua Tree NP – Part 2

Twentynine Palms, CA About half way through our week-long stay here we drove back into Joshua Tree National Park to hike the 6.7 mile Lost Horse Mine Loop Trail. We hiked the loop in the recommended clockwise direction.  That put … Continue reading

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Hiking in Joshua Tree NP – Part 1

Twentynine Palms, CA We booked a site at Twentynine Palms RV Resort for a week to be near one of the main entrances to Joshua Tree NP.  Since we had some time to kill before we arrive in San Diego, … Continue reading

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A Few Days in Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City, AZ On Monday we left Bullhead City and continued our trek south along the Colorado River to Lake Havasu City, a scenic drive of about 80 miles.  We were fortunate to be able to get a four … Continue reading

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Bullhead City, AZ

Bullhead City, AZ Last Monday we left Boulder City and headed south on US 95.  After traveling about 60 miles through fairly flat desert we turned east on NV 163.  The four lane highway winds its way through some beautiful … Continue reading

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The Strip, a Golf Tournament, and some Hiking around Las Vegas

Boulder City, NV Each season, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino transforms a large area called the Conservatory into a showcase of the sights and colors of spring, summer, fall and winter along with a special display for Chinese New Year.  … Continue reading

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