We may not be attending any New Year’s Parties but we always can take the time to be thankful for the positive things that did happen this year.
For many, it has been a challenging 2020. Hope you can still have a Merry Christmas and focus on what we have been blessed with. New Year? Yes, please! Let’s go. Hope this Happy Holidays video card makes you smile or giggle. We all need that.
With having visited Bethlehem back on 24-Sep-2019, we couldn’t miss a glimpse of the Star of Bethlehem. But, not just a glimpse… took the extra step in photographing this rare great conjunction of the two planets – Jupiter and Saturn. The two worlds aligned to form a super-bright point of light some call the Christmas Star. Forbes and Live Science had great articles on the topic.
We had costumes this year and decorated the Polaris Rzr for Halloween. This year’s theme – The Flintstones but as Barney and Betty. The neighbors had a great idea to drive around and pass out candy instead of waiting for kids to ring the doorbell. It was great fun to spread a positive spirit of Halloween. Maybe this will be a new tradition for the neighborhood?!
My first time seeing any president up close and personal. Somehow President Trump chose our little town of Bullhead City, AZ for his rally. It was so interesting to witness Secret Service, Presidential K9s, motorcades, Air Force One landing and departing. It was a great showing of what a peaceful demonstration looks like. The event started with prayer and continued with the pledge of allegiance plus talk of hope and recovery. I got to dance with the president (along with 15,000 others in attendance)!
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.