Found this motorhome on RV Trader and reached out to the dealer. Spoke with Duane Kimbriel who gave us a video/facetime walkthrough of the RV. Negotiated pricing and loan/financing details. Next thing you know, we’re off figuring out flying to Apopka Florida. We highly recommend Central Florida RV Center which has a 4.8 out of 5 star rating (55 reviews) on Google.
Located only a few minutes north of the Laughlin Strip, there were 9 miles of Colorado River front to choose from… a variety of walks and hikes, fishing spots, shaded picnic areas and a day-use park with Davis Dam as its backdrop. We choose to take the Heritage Trails Loop then continue on to Davis Dam Trail that splits the dam and Lake Mohave… 5.25 miles roundtrip.
Went exploring about ~15 miles from home on the Polaris Rzr to get some fresh air. Blessed that social distancing is easy to practice when you’re outdoors in our area… simply, because there’s lots of land to spread out and there aren’t as many people as you find in the big cities. On this ride, we discovered the United Oatman Mine. In one word – creepy!
We’ve read about the Grapevine Petroglphys and wanted to explore them on this cool, partly sunny day. The drive was only ~40min (~27mi) from home. A few hours to get some fresh air while practicing social distancing… plus, taking our hand sanitizer with us.
What did Santa give Bill for Christmas this year? Answer: a Dueling Tree – steel targets made for two in head-to-head competition or simply to practice speed and accuracy. Its best feature – the 6 target paddles reset by gravity.
It was a chilly, windy day for a Polaris 4×4 Off-Roading ride but our neighbors were up to it so off we went to find a few hills to practice our driving skills on. Hills turned into what I call rollercoasters here in the Arizona desert. Safety in numbers as we were shown how it’s done and we simply mimicked our way into success and a new found confidence.