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.
Words no one ever wants to hear! My walk this morning took me about a mile down the road from Mittry Lake where Li’l Homey is still parked. As I walk, I’m heading south… the sun is to my left.
One look at a desert, all those miles and miles of kitty litter, could make one think there’s nothing out there but, well, miles and miles of kitty litter. If one gets out of the car to take a closer
After spending some days at the Pilot Knob BLM land west of Yuma, AZ, I moved on up to Mittry Lake just north of Yuma. Mittry Lake is a wildlife area and home to many birds, both full-time residents and
There’s a new labyrinth out in the desert just outside Quartzsite, Arizona. Conceived by Ella and built mostly by her own efforts over the course of a week or so, along with a few volunteers who placed a rock or
Winter 2014 Rubber Tramp Rendezvous in Quartzsite, AZ is officially over (thanks, Bob!). In the bag. Finito. Over for another year. Completo. Only the memories remain. And what memories they are! New friends. For some: old friends. Nightly campfires under