Wednesday, November 28, 2012

We've moved on and are currently at Rover's Roost in Casa Grande.  This is the oldest SKP park and is smaller but doesn't lack in frienliness in any way.

Our first night we caught up with Sherry and Jack before they head for a two week visit to Hawaii.  Lucky ducks!  Although we can't complain about the weather here, it's cold at night and nice and warm during the day.  Perfect!

We found an interesting vegetable stand and who could resist advertising like this?

We had a beautiful sunset the first night we arrived.  And then we experienced the odors they warned us about.

There is a huge dairy farm operation a ways away, I thought it was too far to make any difference, but about 7PM the aroma begins to waft into the windows.

Now this doesn't bother me much as my aunt and uncle had a dairy farm and I spent a lot of time out there, to me it's a somewhat pleasant odor.  But I'm still glad we're only here for five days.

The town isn't too far away and has some good shopping - options other than Wal-Mart kind of shopping.

Tomorrow we will visit the ruins of Casa Grande.  This will be our only "touristy" visit in the area.  We're busy cleaning the rig and getting organized for our move on Saturday into our accommodations in Mesa AZ for December and half of January.

Long Live the Queen of Purple Skies


  1. Kathy and her husband left today for Lake Havasu City, AZ for the winter.

  2. They imported that essence of dairy dark so you would think of all of us from Wisconsin .

  3. Your moon photos are fabulous! Gorgeous night skies. Even the cactus are pretty at night. I've never been to this part of the country, but I'm sure enjoying it through your eyes. You have a fabulous day, hugs, Edna B.