Thursday, June 29, 2017

San Diego June 15-29, 2017

We stayed 2 more weeks in the San Diego area.  One week at Chula Vista RV Resort, and another week at Mission Bay RV Resort.  Both resorts are very nice, but very expensive in the Summer.  The weather was perfect.  Every day in the mid 70s and slight ocean breezes!  

The RV Park is next door to the Chula Vista Marina.

Linda's sister Cindy stayed with us for a few days!

Happy Hour!

Our site at Chula Vista RV Resort

Linda & Sonia at the Farmers Market in Little Italy

We're here at the monument at Soledad Mountain

Our campsite at Mission Bay RV Resort

Having breakfast at one of our favorite places here at Pacific Beach

Bike Ride around Mission Bay 

Taking a short break during our ride

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Oceanside, CA June 8-15, 2017

It was nice to escape from the desert in Oceanside.  We stayed at the Elks Lodge RV Park - and everyone must have had the same other vacancies!  

Sunset on the beach in Oceanside

Linda is busy taking pictures under the Oceanside Pier

We rode our bikes from Oceanside down to Carlsbad.

We decided to get rid of the old curtains, and built some new cornices for all the windows.  It gives it a fresh, clean look

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Pahrump, NV June 4-8, 2017

We stayed at Lakeside RV Resort in Pahrump (Site #35).  While here, we visited with Tom & Debbie.  Also, Jessica and Erik stopped by on Sunday as well.  It was a little on the warm about 100 degrees, so we didn't get many photos at this stopover. 

Sunrise at the Lakeside Resort.  This view was directly across from our RV Site.

Sunset in Pahrump.  We snapped this picture about a mile from the RV Park.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Boulder City, NV May 24-June 4, 2017

We left Prescott early due to Linda's Mom having surgery.  She had Double Bypass Surgery with a few complications.  We are thankful that we could be with her during this time.  She is at home now, and doing much better!

To escape the heat, we went to Mt Charleston and hiked the Bristlecone Trail.  These Bristlecone Pines can live up to 5,000 years...making them among the oldest living things on earth

It was great escaping the desert heat.  We even threw a few snowballs during the hike...
Their twisty, gnarly bark and branches give the trees a uniquely beautiful appearance

Thankful to have our second air conditioner replaced...At 105 degrees, it was a necessity!

Boulder City's 13th Annual Best Dam BBQ and Car Show