My wife and I decided to join the Southward migration, a bit late. We found Western Arizona to be perfect for us. There are vast stretches of public land available for dry camping with day time highs in the 70′s, and other migrants to share an evening campfire and wealth of information about what to see and places to go.
Oregon winter, January, 19 degrees. Time to escape winter's grip.
Arizona winter, sunny and 74 degrees. Escape complete.
Lake Havasu, Arizona boondock camping. No fees, no hassle.
Lake Havasu impoundment, Parker Dam on Colorado River
Rocks for the imagination, kind'a like cloud watching.
Nature In Balance
Bagdad, AZ, 1950"s motif with great "old time" burgers and genuinely friendly service.
Saguaro Cactus - Guardians of the Desert
There is nothing at Nothing, Arizona. No people, no buildings - "Never More Quoth The Raven"
You have to see Hoover Dam to believe the ingenuity required for construction of this marvel.
Desert Water Foul
In the snow shadow of the Southern Sierra Nevada Range
Popularity: 10% [?]