Running From the Wind…

In an effort to escape the winds, we’re off to North Ranch RV Park in Congress just north of Wickenburg.  This is an Escapees RV Park, and as members, our overnight fee for full hook-ups is less than $15.

The park is clean. The staff and guests are friendly.  It’s perfect for a night

North Ranch entrance

or two.  When leaving the park the next day, we pass (going in opposite directions) a white van pulling a casita.  I tell my husband, “I think we just drove by rvsueandhercaninecrew“.  I’m a follower of her blog.  Al has heard me speak of rv sue previously, but thought it unlikely it was her.  What are the chances?  Once at our new location at Lake Pleasant just north of Phoenix, I log onto the internet and confirm rv sue is indeed in that area.  I missed running into her by a day.  I look forward to the day I actually meet some of these fellow bloggers.  I not only enjoy the writings of numerous bloggers, the information posted has been tremendously helpful.

Here at Lake Pleasant, we find a great dry camping location.  We pay for one night before committing to a longer time frame.  So far the weather is great.  Sunny, 78 degrees and light breezes.  This I like  🙂

Boondocking at Lake Pleasant

4 thoughts on “Running From the Wind…

  1. I’d say the chances are pretty good of running into another RVing blogger, it happens to us all the time. Especially during winter, when there aren’t too many warm places for us to flock to!

    Glad you’ve got some good weather. It does look “pleasant” indeed!


    1. Maybe we’ll run into you folks in Colorado. Daughter graduates from CSU in May and we’ll be at Horsetooth Res. for that week. We found a great dry camping spot at Lake Pleasant and will probably stay for a couple weeks. Too soon to return to CO.


  2. We’ll be right over for dinner!!!! Glad you enjoyed the wine. We’ll probably see you at the Good Sam Rally as it is our intent to attend on Thursday. Stay in touch 🙂


  3. Hi Al and Ingrid!

    We enjoyed our bottle of wine (we could not stop with only a sip). We enjoyed it with marinated shrimp kabobs loaded with cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, green and red peppers, and onions with strawberry shortcake for dessert. Thanks for the gift and the opportunity to visit with you at Solstice. We look forward to meeting again along the RV trail. Next stop for us is Phoenix to the Good Sam Rally, then on to Northern California.

    After reading your blog, I see that you have gathered no moss.


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