On Sunday, we left our spot in Yuma and headed east in the early morning sun. We made a stop at Dateland to pick up date shakes for Katy and Gary and one for ourselves. I had never had a date shake and let me tell you - it was delicious!
We arrived at the Casa Grande SKP Park and after signing all the papers moved to our new lot. I am hoping that this is our last move but you never know – HAHA!
Sunday afternoon we spent setting up and visiting. It was great to see everyone.
On Monday, we spent the morning moving all our “stuff” from lot 97 to our new sheds on lot 117. Our friends, Nora and Dennis, were the previous owners of the lot and it is in excellent shape.
Our new lot (yes it is a cloudy day):
Our back yard (next season I will be looking for a nice patio set):
I really like this lot –
Monday afternoon and today found us organizing and reorganizing – .
We will be here until March 17 doing a couple items on our list of things to do. I will not be blogging daily unless we are playing tourist or have some great pictures to show you.
We have been talking about what our plans are going to be for the next few months. We will be heading to Congress next for Bead Week, then back to our lot to summer-ize our sheds. After that we are hoping to do more national parks in Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, and Nevada. I know that sounds like a lot but knowing us, we will pick a few parks and stay for a while exploring. And since this is a travel blog, I will be updating more often.
So stay tuned and enjoy today.
Stats for Sunday:
Miles Traveled: 182 Miles
Arizona: South Avenue 8 1/2 E; East County 6th Street; South Laguna Dam Road; US 95; Fortuna Road, I-8; Thornton Road (for fuel); US-84; South Montgomery Road