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Old 10-28-2011, 07:29 PM   #43
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Location: San Felipe, Baja,MX
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I am a full time RV'r so I'm a traveler. I started out last spring near Dallas and headed north and meandered through Ok, CO, NE, to SD spent a few weeks in the Black Hills some RV parks Some boon-docking in the National Forest. Then wandered over to Yellowstone NP, stopping at state parks south of there until I got to my grandkids home and camped in their driveway for six weeks. Then meandered down to Utah and Northern AZ staying at Flying Js, and Walmarts where available and at NFS parks spending two weeks at Cave Creek then stayed at a Casino for a night and another Walmart and another truck stop then arrived at my son and DIL home just outside Tucson where I stayed for two months in their corral. Then I drove over to Deming NM and stayed there for two weeks at the Low-Hi Ranch for a Rally of Loner On Wheels Club.

When I leave Deming I am headed back to Tucson for some work to be done on the rig and a Dr's appointment then it is off to the Slabs in Niland CA for a month then down to Baja MX for most of the Winter and when it gets to hot back north I go till I cross the border with Canada. Of course all plans are written in Jello so who knows where I will be or what I'll be doing

If I couldn't wander around I would be one sad old lady, this gypsy life keeps happy!

Happy Trails

"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness"
-- Mark Twain
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