Friday, January 29, 2010
MY COMPUTER IS FIXED AND I’M SO HAPPY!!!!!
Don't camp in a low spot like his guy did
There is a paved road through there somewhere
Yes, Santa winters in Arizona
Well attended Canada supper at Caliente
My aunt Eleanor with my grapefruit I won
The above four images in Ajo, AZ
Our morning rainbow just before it started raining again near Arivapa, AZ
Aileen and Mitzy at the Longhorn Grill at Arivapa Junction, just north of Nogales, AZ
After going into Quartzsite for internet, it was about 11 AM when we finally pulled out of the camp site then we had to go into town again to pump up the trailer tires. There seems to be a slow leak in the left front tire. I inquired about getting it repaired and he said I could try back in a few hours. We got to the dump station at noon thinking it should have quieted down by then. Wrong!!! It was 2 hours before we got away from there. We headed south down 95 to
On Tuesday morning we wandered our way down to Ajo and the white church looked so pristine against the blue sky, I had to stop for some pictures. We ended up wandering around for an hour or so then had an early lunch before continuing another 12 miles to the Why BLM free camping. The people camped next to us are from Salmon Arm and live in the same housing development as Aileen’s friend Edna! I went exploring with the ATV while Aileen napped. We only travelled about 97 kms to get to Why.
We had thought about staying another night at Why but the highway’s workers were being obnoxious with the back up signal on their front end loader out at the road so we decided to carry on. The highway from Why to Robles Junction just west of
It did rain during the night and we had no difficulty getting back to the pavement. We were surprised to not be hassled by Border Patrol. We did see lots of them and one even drove through our camp this morning but he just gave us a big wave and kept on going. The weather was lousy and the forecast was for more of the same so we decided to head back to