Top Pic: Entrance to Golden Dome cave. Some of the caves (lava tubes) have steps at the entrance, but most don't.
This place has been on our bucket list for some time & we’re glad that we finally arrived. I think I see some lava tube/cave exploring on the horizon.
When ”plan A” didn’t work out, we moved on to ”plan B”. Needless to say, that didn’t play out either. Down the road we found a great dispersed site at Rocky Point West - BLM on Eagle Lake. ”Plan C” rules!
After a month of dry camping in the desert, it's sweet to be back in trees. The campground is tucked in a grove of Jeffrey Pine Trees & is easy walking distance to Mammoth Lakes.
Top Pic: Mount Tom peaking through the clouds.
It was one of those travel days that should have been easy, but... After adjusting plans a couple of times, we ended up at Horton Creek to avoid the storms at higher elevations.
We found a very nice area for dispersed camping. We saw very few campers on this spacious area that offered lots of level space to camp.
We were rewarded with this beautiful sunset on our first night in the park. Nice!
Random photos taken in & around Jojoba Hills SKP RV Resort. Additional photos will be added occasionally.
"We arrived at our lot in Jojoba Hills to find a Bird of Paradise welcoming us along with an orange and a lemon tree. How cool is that?"
Top Photo: The wine at night tanks as viewed from our coach.
We moved over to the Humboldt County Fairgrounds and will be spending Thanksgiving with a couple of RV friends, John & Sue, that we met in northern Washington a few years ago. Life is good!
This park is the most northern in a string of redwood parks that stretch up the Northern California's coast. It contains seven percent of all the old-growth redwoods left in the world.
Joshua Tree National Park encompasses two deserts: Coloradan the South & Mojave in the north part of the park. Lots of Joshua Trees growing in the Mojave Desert. very scenic!