After having cool temperatures ever since we returned from Quartzsite, we are looking forward to some warmer temperatures that are forecast. I hope it gets warm enough to get the wildflower bloom going full out so we get to see some of it before we leave. I will lead my first club ride this morning and we have a busy week planned with getting the car serviced tomorrow then a club cookout in the desert behind the park tomorrow evening. Aileen and I and another couple plan to ride Wednesday then we have friends Geoff and Dodie coming to visit on Thursday. I will lead another ride on Friday.
I don't imagine it will slow down now for the rest of our time here. Card games, potlucks, outings and more rides are all on the agenda. Several places have sold in the park this year and some of them have sold fast. Our neighbour put up a sign one day and about ten minutes later it was sold. Another took three days. Rentals are getting snapped up as soon as they come along. If you don't have a rental booked a year in advance, it is very difficult to find a decent one.
Filaree makes a pink carpet in the desert
We lucked out and got to see two lambs
Two lambs, two mothers
Desert Bighorn ram
We flirted with the storm but fortunately it held off
Not sure what this pretty flower is
Price Rd was well flooded after the rain
This is one of our usual crossings of the Gila River. Probably over six feet deep and very strong current now.
Mexican poppies just opening
After a storm, shot from the highway
Our car windshield from inside the car
Car windshield from outside in front
A Hibiscus looking bush in the park next door
Sunset out behind the park
Interesting rock formations on Hwy 60 east of Superior, AZ
We went for a look at the snow east of Superior yesterday
With all the rain and now melting snow, there were some rare waterfalls along Hwy 60 east of Superior