We're trading RV-Life for Cabin-Life. Sold the RV and just bought this beautiful cabin in Torreon, Show Low, AZ. Looking forward to many years of escaping the desert heat in cool Show Low.
We enjoyed the cool San Diego weather over the 4th of July. Can't beat San Diego in the summer compared to 110°+ in Phoenix! We stayed at the new Sun Resorts San Diego Bay RV Resort with 3 spaces in a row for other family members. We ended up moving to a view site on the outside edge for the 4th so we could all see the fireworks better.
Simple one night trip in the RV to get our new puppy, Roxy, used to the RV before we head out to San Diego for a longer period next month. She is a little nervous-Nellie, but she did "OK", other than peeing in her crate overnight. This was the first time she's been outside on a leash, as it's 100°+ in Phoenix at this time of the year, so the cooler temperatures at the 5,530 foot elevation of the Lynx Lake was a good place to leash train her. The first time, she barely walked more than a couple of feet at a time, but the next day, she walked all the way around two of the campground loops! Temps were in the upper 80s when we got there and cooled off into the 50s overnight, which had us reaching for a blanket in the middle of the night. We stayed in Site 25, Loop F, which was the same site we had back in April.
We had a fun trip from the Arizona desert to the shores of the Pacific Ocean this weekend. The winding roads between Borrego Springs and San Diego would have been better in a sports car or a motorcycle than in our RV, but we managed. We drove through the quaint little town of Julian but were unable to pick up a pie at the famous Julian Pie Company because of the lack of parking for an RV, plus there was a long line of customers waiting at the door. Of course, we had to get a shrimp sandwich and some smoked salmon at our favorite San Diego restaurant; Point Loma Seafoods. Temperature-wise, we went from 104° yesterday to 65° today, but it's a nice change from our always-sunny Arizona.
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