While the RV was being serviced in Bakersfield, CA, last Saturday morning - for emergency wiring of systems and brakes - following the awful new tire blowout, Jeanette had some fun in the Orange Grove.
|Nice crop of snowbird oranges for us....|
|The true grandmother that she is, Jeanette could not resist writing out our grandson's name and emailing it to our daughter and son in law.|
|This is pure fun for Jeanette.....|
|Ready to leave Orange Grove RV Park, Bakersfield, CA|
|East of Tehachapi, CA, and the familiar Edwards Air Force base.|
Hector and Diane will end up in Yuma too, near or about that time, and the golfing will resume in earnest too. Life is good, even when dealt a few sideways blows. C'est la vie, n'est ce past?
|Mid-afternoon arrival at our Colorado River RV spot.|
|Our set up went well but it was nightfall before we knew it.|
|Taken at 6:30 am this morning.|
|With a coffee in hand, I stepped out to a chilly desert morning as the sun was rising to capture a few shots of the area.|
After breakfast, I continued with the outdoor set up and we are now settled in.
A round of golf is in the cards for tomorrow. Hector and I really look forward to that! Hector and I met while RVing and we both enjoy golf.... We have been RVing golf buddies ever since.
|Looking southeast along the Colorado River.|
|These are full service sites - on sand - with plenty of space. It is rustic when compared to typical RV Parks. It totally suits our RVing lifestyle.|
|Directly west of our site.|
With the motorcycle for touring, the kayak for river fun, the hiking trails for topographic exercise and the golf clubs for challenge and sport, it's a treat to be here. And relish it we do! We also get to meet regular RV returnees and several are motorcyclists too.
Of course, there are the pot luck dinners and the gatherings around beach fires in the evenings.
So.....its nice to have roots set down till the end of January when we'll button up again and head further east for a few weeks in Gold Canyon.
Thanks for dropping by.