Episode 1: A little mini-series on what to do in Las Vegas besides gambling – and there’s a lot! Containers have fascinated me for a long time. As a kid, a large, refrigerator-sized, cardboard box was a place of creativity
Before I took that nasty fall in the campground a month ago, I planned on staying out here at Lake Mead for a few weeks, checking out the places I used to go and maybe finding some new ones. Now
Before I get too far away from Quartzsite, AZ, I want to tell you about Celia’s Rainbow Gardens. Celia was the daughter of Paul & Joanne Winer, who are Quartzsite residents, and in 1995, when she was 8-1/2 years old,
One of my all-time favorite desert blooms is the ocotillo. Tall and reaching for the sky, the dead-looking branches fill up with little bright green leaves, and the tips sprout these gorgeous brilliant red flowers that stand out against the
A couple of weeks ago, over the period of a couple of days, I found thirty geocaches. (It’s not really as spectacular as it might sound – my all-time record in one day is 84, found in New Mexico at
If you’ve ever been to Quartzsite, Arizona, in any January, you would never recognize it today. The huge RV lots with hundreds of monster-sized high-dollar all-the-bells-and-whistles motor homes, trailers and fifth-wheels, are gone, empty asphalt slabs now in their place.
It’s been almost three months since I last posted anything I wrote. Oh yeah, there’s that Christmas message with the Christmas tree I designed on my iPhone, but I think that was just some attempt at convincing myself I was