From the Road

We went from hot to hot and traded spectacular views for a nice spot on the Green River. The folks next site over said it cools down pretty good at night. Hopefully they're right.

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Is it any surprise we ended up at the Guads — Guadalupe Mountains NP. We were planning on surprising our friends that were gathering here, but I think they were on to us.

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Well we made it to St Clair in Deming, NM – another Harvest Hosts stop. This is our third year to visit and spend the night at this winery — one of our faves.

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"We're spending the night at Pillsbury Wine Company at their rustic tasting room & vineyard location just south of Willcox, AZ, thanks to Harvest Host."

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We've been wanting to check out this SP. Lots of good hiking. And nearby is the site of the Battle of Picacho Pass, one of several Civil War engagements in the Arizona Territory.

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This unique canyon is one of the few place where the Mojave River flows above ground. A good stopping spot not far from the highway.

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Above Photo: You just gotta love the super bloom in Death Valley. It happens about every ten years or so.

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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.

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"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?"

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A nice state park for a couple day layover. We got a great site overlooking Lea Lake.

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Once again we found ourselves at a campground we enjoyed last spring. Oliver Lee is nicely tucked in at the base of the Sacramento Mountains in the Chihuahuan Desert.

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Top photo: Looking out our side window... Room with a view.

We returned to a state park we thoroughly enjoyed last spring & were greeted with a sea of little yellow flowers. One of the few state parks where rockhounds can collect rocks.

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