We pulled into Saguaro RV Park about noon and had the place almost to ourselves. Between 5 and 6 p.m. the RVs started to roll in. One right after the other. Completely filled up the park with many of the rigs coming in after dark. In fact, a couple of them rolled through about 9:30 at night looking for a spot. They ended up out in the parking lot boondocking.
In our seven years of being on the road we have never really been on a path that was taken by so many snowbirds. Just amazing to see all the rigs rolling toward the south.
When Jim was out walking Scooter, he met up with two couples from our park in Apache Junction. Small world. They are moving much faster than we are and will be in AJ before we get there.
We covered about 200 miles and ended up in Ely, NV at the Prospector’s Hotel, Casino, and RV park. We were going to just park at a casino here but we really need to dump and take on water. Once again the RVs started to roll in and the park was full.
We knew we were only going about 150 miles the next day so we got up and had a nice breakfast and Jim dumped the tanks before we pulled out around 10:30. Had to wait for almost 20 minutes at some road construction but other than that the journey was very pleasant.
We had thought we were going to boondock at Ash Springs, NV but were not impressed with the place and kept going further down the road. Sure am glad we did. I’ll tell you all about this wonderful gem in my next post.