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    Valley Of Fire, Nevada: We spent a week in December in this dramatic state park & I hiked in the incredible red rock formations. We have updated the travel blog with all the details: http://mud-on-the-tires.blogspot.com...-dec-2019.html Since then we spent a few weeks in Boulder City NV with some good friends. We are now in Camp Verde, AZ near Sedona. Unfortunately, we will return to Colorado for a while to help with a family emergency. We should be moving on to Tucson by the 3rd week in January.

    Arleen & Shawn

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    Full hookup site in middle of incredible rocks.

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    That's the campground between rocks.

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    Prospector Trail
    Shawn & Arleen
    Retired Air Force weather forecasters, Full-timers since May 2011
    2011 Arctic Fox 29V, 2010 Dodge Ram 2500

    Travel log: http://mud-on-the-tires.blogspot.com/

    We don't stop playing because we grow older, we grow older because we stop playing.

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    Perfect time of the year to play in the desert --- Thanks for sharing .
    Travel Blog: www.rocklinroamers.wordpress.com

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    • #3
      This is gonna be our last stop before heading back to LA from our 2 week trip in the summer. I know its gonna be freaking hellish hot but it looked too amazing not to pass up. Only one day/night and since its in the middle of the summer, I don't think we will have a problem finding an electric site.
      There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.

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      • #4
        You’re right! Not the best time of year to visit but, yes, you should have your choice of sites. You’ll want electric fir your AC!
        Enjoy! It is a special place!
        Shawn & Arleen
        Retired Air Force weather forecasters, Full-timers since May 2011
        2011 Arctic Fox 29V, 2010 Dodge Ram 2500

        Travel log: http://mud-on-the-tires.blogspot.com/

        We don't stop playing because we grow older, we grow older because we stop playing.

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        • #5
          Great pictures! We wanted to stay but couldn't get a site- but did explore a bit. Fortunately, Stewarts Point is nearby - great camping on Lake Mead. It was our first experience with dispersed camping and it was wonderful. It wasn't summer, tho....
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          Tom & Paula
          2013 Fox Mtn 235RLS
          2016 Ram 2500 Bighorn Crew, 6.7 Cummins turbo diesel
          Anderson Ultimate Hitch, 3225

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            Originally posted by travelers View Post
            Great pictures! We wanted to stay but couldn't get a site- but did explore a bit. Fortunately, Stewarts Point is nearby - great camping on Lake Mead. It was our first experience with dispersed camping and it was wonderful. It wasn't summer, tho....
            Tom & Paula,

            Stewarts Point is nice with a great view and close enough for an easy trip to go visit Valley of Fire. Wonderful that your first dispersed camping experience was positive. Interesting to hear Valley of Fire was full.

            Happy & safe travels to you!
            Shawn & Arleen
            Retired Air Force weather forecasters, Full-timers since May 2011
            2011 Arctic Fox 29V, 2010 Dodge Ram 2500

            Travel log: http://mud-on-the-tires.blogspot.com/

            We don't stop playing because we grow older, we grow older because we stop playing.

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