Boondocking near Yuma — 34 Comments

  1. Mom says Yuma is a strange place. She went to UofA in Tucson her first year in college and one of her roommates was from there. Not a place she would ever to to. But, it is always good to see it on your own and form your own opinion.

  2. Those caves look SO cool! I would love to go in them!
    Also very neat rocks and that cactus is one ive never seen before.
    Great photos as always. Glad your feeling better!
    ((husky hugz frum da pack))

    “love is being owned by a husky”

  3. sounds like you took the old route sixty six. Maybe you’ll find something amazing today.

  4. That looks like a great spot to go exploring in for a few days! Love the rocks that you find and those mines looks super cool!

  5. Great photos and glad to hear about the running! (Yeah, Yuma – bleh. Have driven through there many times on the way to visit my parents in Prescott, but never stopped for longer than it takes to get gas.) What does “BLM rules” mean??

  6. So glad to hear you are feeling better Roxy…maybe that desert air is good for you. That’s lots of coole stuff you found too. Enjoy your time in California!

  7. So, Yuma is not a great place…Noted! I am glad you are having a nice time in your new spot. Old mines?! How cool! And an old town? I cannot wait to hear all about it.
    Stay safe and have fun!

  8. Despite it not being as nice as some other places, it sounds like you had a good little adventure. It’s always interesting seeing some history. BTW, I love the Wag N Go from wagthedoguk too! I hope she gets enough funding to get it into production because I want one.

  9. Hooray for Roxy running! And what’s this about BLM rules? At least you’re exploring and finding interesting things where you are. The cactus are beautiful.

  10. So glad to hear Roxy is feeling better!!

    Do I understand correctly that you simply park your RV and it’s NOT in a campground? I don’t think I’m brave enough to do something like that!!

  11. Great photos – that looks like a super cool place! I am a nerd for neat historical places like that and that scenery is so foreign to me – so cool!

  12. Wow, that looks like a very interesting place! Your Mom got some really neat and pretty photos. Thanks for sharing! I hope guys have fun. :)

  13. What a neat place!! I am glad to hear that you came right back out of there though…could be a little scary! My husband spent part of this afternoon looking over your husband’s website. He is fascinated by his awesome woodworking and sculpting skills!! What beautiful items!! We are curious though…how do you both work on these things in the RV? Actually since my husband hates to read blogs…it surprised me that he sat here looking for so long!!! :)

    • I am super flattered that he loved it. Al can do small wood carvings and work on smaller sculptures pretty easy in the trailer. It’s a lot of stuff to carry though. Of course beads and leather are small and not bad to carry.

  14. I’m so glad you got to run Roxy! You guys always find the best in wherever you are. The Wag n Go is awesome… I was one of the first to pledge… I hope it meets its goal on Kickstarter!

  15. I know the kind of laws you’re talking about… And, I hope that you find that you like it where you are for a while! I love the thought of flowers at this time of year :)

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