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Chiricahua National Monument

One of our absolute favorite national parks is Chiricahua National Monument in southeast Arizona. We remember the smell of the forest the first time we visited. The park is located about an hour from the RV parks in Benson. Its … Continue reading

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Durango to Seattle – Part 1

We like to mix up our travel routes even when repeating a beginning and end.  Such is the case this year as we once again travel from Durango CO to Seattle WA.  Last year we traveled thru Moab, around Salt … Continue reading

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Baja, Part 2 – Days 4 thru 7

Baja Mexico Caravan Adventure, Part 2 (Note: Click on pics for a larger view) Day 4, 1 Febrero. San Ignacio is a typical authentic Baja village built around an oasis in a vast sea of desert.  They say there are … Continue reading

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Baja Caravan, Part 1- Days 1 thru 3

Our great Baja California Mexico tour with John and Becky of Baja Winters began at the KOA in Chula Vista CA, USA.  We met and introduced ourselves to our new friends, then traveled to the border for our 6 month … Continue reading

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Borrego Springs

Who ever heard of Borrego Springs California.  We hadn’t until our RV blogging friends at Wheeling It told us it was a great place to boondock.  Its just East over the mountains from San Diego in a desert bowl.  The … Continue reading

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Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Wow!  A green desert.  The Sonora desert in southern Arizona has in fact 3 rainy seasons when it receives just enough rain for a fantastic array of species to thrive.  The most famous of which are the Organ Pipe and … Continue reading

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