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Posted: 02/22/17 11:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Been busy building our new home, but managed to head out to the desert for some much needed family time.I love our land off old julian hwy as we are so close to abdsp now!

Can you find the 3rd car Garage for the parking of the rig?

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We were able to finally get away for the weekend and got to experience the Amazing desert mist [emoticon] we headed out to see some palm groves and mortero palms offers great access to piedras grandes
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Wow how green the desert is right now
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A stop at mountain palm springs
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Miracle of life in the desert
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The quiet solitude of a place far from the familiar and where the bonding of loved ones grows closer. What an amazing place in our backyard
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Nows the time to visit this diverse desert. PM me if you need any advice [emoticon]
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* This post was edited 02/23/17 12:25am by anutami *


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Great picture taking. Good use of kids.
Going to be a nice house.


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Great pics, Nolan. Our trip out there was delayed. Will be out there soon.

The new house looks like it will be in a beautiful area.

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Great trip report, isn't it nice to see are desert green and it's just going to get better over the next couple of months. Only problem is lot's of weeds in the yard. Your slab looks great and I notice how green the area is.


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Really is a great trip report with nice pictures. Cool that you are able to plan for your TC in your new home! Spring is only a month away!


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anutami, great pictures. We are in Yuma and heading for Borrego Springs tomorrow. Where can you advise me to Boondock with a 40' trailer. I was told of Pegleg area was a good place, but is there a better one. Also where do I go to see those beautiful rock formations you show in you pics. Any other info you can offer me would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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DennisVR wrote:

anutami, great pictures. We are in Yuma and heading for Borrego Springs tomorrow. Where can you advise me to Boondock with a 40' trailer. I was told of Pegleg area was a good place, but is there a better one. Also where do I go to see those beautiful rock formations you show in you pics. Any other info you can offer me would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.


Yeah the pegleg area is huge and very open. Its also close to borrego springs. If you want to venture to the northwest area of the park blair valley is real nice right now. I see large rigsin there all the time. Mountain palm springs campground is free and room to get a large trailer in. The best place is Egg mountain, which has a nice spot.

Here is a link to a trip when I had my trailer and camped up there

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The rock formations are at piedras grandes, near to town of ocotillo. You will need a 4wd vehicle to reach them.

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That was wonderful.

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Those adventurous kids are visibly growing from one TR to the next! It's great that you are spending so much time camping with them. These are the "good old days" that you will later remember with pleasure.


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Posted: 02/23/17 11:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you! I haven't been able to get out there lately. Seeing your photos helps.


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