Sadie, our constant companion, has developed into a wonderful travel companion. She easily adapts to new situations, demands little and is always a source of entertainment.
Amarillo by morning. I prefer Super Walmarts for overnights in transit to destinations for the security, lighting, and availability of needed goods. Oh yea, the cost for the overnight stay is right too.
Petrified Forest rest area at the entrance to the park was a great stopping point for a meal preparation. We hope to explore the park in detail on our return trip.
Town of Laguna, NM, a former Indian Pueblo village founded in 1699. The Mission church was built around 1706.
Arizona briefly wecomed us with snow.
Approaching Quartzsite from miles away you can see thousands of trailers spread out across the desert.
Many creative RV configurations were observed at Quartzsite.
The town is starting to get crowded but I am told will get more so during the upcoming RV show.
Hell's Angeles? Nah, probably stockbrokers.
Everyone is a friend to Chloe.
Viewing all the displays can sure wear you out.
Nice to meet you, too.
Fossils from all over the world are on display.
A room with a view near Dome Rock.
Fragmented Quartz rocks litter the landscape.
This is the life.
Cholla cactus were plentiful in the area.
Baby Cholla cactus.
Not camper or dog friendly.
Truck in extended stay mode with 26 gal water, gas for gen, and tote for gray and black water.
Casita gathering camped nearby in classic wagon train formation.
127 Front Receiver Hitch:
Extended stay mission equipment allows Casita to remain boondocked for prolonged periods.