Saguaro National Park  As if standing guard over the dessert, these national treasures stand at attention.  This is a National Park that should not be missed.

Yuma, AZ   We were amazed by the agriculture in the Yuma area.  We saw fields of lettuce, broccoli, cabbage and a variety of other fruits & vegetables.  We regularly went for a drive just to see the fields and watch the farm workers harvest the crops.

Yuma Day... the Next Chapter  We enjoyed this area so much.  While we were in Yuma, we visited Los Algodones, Mexico.  

Colors and Blooms in the Arizona Deserts  I love color in nature.  Desert landscape has never been a favorite of mine.  Today we went on a color/bloom hunt.  Beauty is easy to find--sometimes you have to hunt harder than others.  

The Phoenix RV Rally  What a great time to make new friends, learn about new tips and tricks for our RV lifestyle and enjoy the energy that comes with approximately 3,500 RV's.

Lake Havasu City  We had such a treat for us in Lake Havasu City this year.  We happened to be here during the balloon festival.  Hot Air Balloons were launched from all over the city.  With the lake as a backdrop, this festival was nothing short of stunning.

Bullhead City   the Wind Storm that kept on giving.  Our campsite sat at the top of a hill, over looking Laughlin, Nevada.  We loved watching the city lights at night.  However, that hill made the wind feel like a tornado was coming.

London Bridge landed in Lake Havasu City.  I guess everything that falls, ends up somewhere.

Quartzsite   Most every RVer has heard  about Quartzsite, Arizona.   This area is unlike any we have ever seen.  In the HOT summer, the population of Quartzsite is about 2,500.  In January and February literally Millions of RVers call Quartzsite their homebase.

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