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North America » United States » Arizona » Wickenburg May 17th 2014

This was an easy driving day, about 3-½ hours, so I didn’t rush to get underway. I had two things to see. First was the Hoover Dam and the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, more commonly called the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge. The next was the countryside near Wickenburg where there are a lot of Joshua Tree cacti to be seen. The latter was recommend by friend Celeste. The dam and bridge were a must for an engineer to see. Both an engineering feat for their time. The Hoover Dam was commissioned in 1936 and the bridge in 2010. I remember seeing Hoover Dam in the 50’s when on holidays with my parents. We toured the whole dam back then and I can remember, as a young lad, being a bit worried about taking the elevator ... read more
Hoover Dam
Hoover Bypass Bridge
Rosies Den Cafe

North America » United States » Arizona » Wickenburg April 30th 2014

So many of you have been asking me when I was going to start blogging and where the heck are we? Well, after our appt. at the Prevost plant on Monday we needed to spend another night there in Mira Loma as I was expecting a phone call from my Dr. here in Fresno regarding some test results and whether or not I was going to need to come back to Fresno or if I could continue on with my trip. Needless to say after 4 phone calls and waiting until 3pm Tuesday we just figured everything was clear and took off to get out of the LA traffic. We made it to Blythe and spent the night in a nice little RV park on the Colorado River. On Wednesday morning we got up and were ... read more

North America » United States » Arizona » Wickenburg January 3rd 2008

From the Grand Canyon to Cowboy country... read more
My 2 favorite cowboys
very ols "Sagora"
JailTree




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