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We talked about the observatory at Kitt Peak and decided that on this trip we just had to check it out.
We woke up Tuesday morning to bright sunlight, quail scurrying through the wash and the smell of creosote…now that’s the desert I know and love. Monday night was quite an ordeal, however.
They say you can get anything you want in Quartzsite, but you have to wait until the vendors show up. Before that all you see is an outline of what’s coming.
Quartzsite attracts a lot of interesting/different types, musicians, artists, as well as, some burned-out desert rats. Come show time, the populations explodes.
Even if geology isn’t your thing, approaching and driving through Death Valley gives you a sense of all the tremendous geological happenings throughout the ages.
Check out these hikes and climbs in Zion National Park
More than just casinos and bright lights—unique and unusual attractions surround Laughlin, Nevada
Some snowbirds (even in RVs) like to go to the same place and stay in the same park with the same people year after year.
Exploring the desert can mean living in the desert. It’s not always easy to find your own comfort zone.
Yuma is a winter destination for many RVers and snowbirds but for us it’s the place we go to restock, plan and re-energize for the next leg of our adventure.