As I ended my last blog post it was late February, and I was on my way to Kofa National Wildlife Refuge to gather with friends. At that time, life still seemed pretty normal. Kofa was beautiful, plants were blooming, and it was wonderful to see everyone.
On Saturday, January 6th, I leave Tucson bound for Kofa NWR. The distance is more than I like to travel in one day, so I stop for the night at Harrah’s AK-Chin Casino near Maricopa, which is just over 100 miles away. Many of the casinos in the west permit RVs to park overnight.
Thursday, January 25 This morning I bid farewell to my friends Scott and Cindy as we depart our camp in Quartzite for our next destinations. I am headed south on Hwy 95 towards Yuma, but will stop back at Kofa NWR for a few days before hitting the city.
Tuesday, January 9 After finishing up in Tucson I head west on I-8. I’m bound for the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge to meet up with some members of the RVForum.net. Kofa NWR is roughly 50 miles north of Yuma on Hwy 95. It’s about 3pm when I get on the road, so I won’t make it there tonight.