Trip to Arizona Part 3 of 3

We have been enjoying our trip to Arizona very much. It was nice to visit old friends and make new ones. I wish that Adobe Village where we are staying had WiFi. It is a pain to go to McDonalds or Denny’s to pick up email and send to my Blogs. We do like the park and the price is right at $150 a week with full hookups. $290 a month and you pay for electricity. We headed for home on the 3rd of March Stopping at Mesquite Nevada for a few days. There was a Big winter storm in southern Utah that left 9 inches of snow in Cedar city and 8 inches at our home in Ogden Utah. My Sister said they had 60 Mph winds, but no damage to our home. She shoveled our side walks and drove here car in our driveway so it would look like we were home. Bless her heart. We decided to stay in Mesquite for a few days in the hopes that the temps would warm up and melt the snow in Ogden. The only reservations I had was going through the gorge between Mesquite NV and St George UT. There is construction for 29 miles and narrow road because of the construction. Would not travel it if ice or snow because of the narrow one road lanes. Originally planned to stay 1 night, but changed it to 2 nights and changed that to 2 more days, 4 days all together. It was cold in the morning and at night. It was in the low 30’s. Days were warm by noon in the 60 – 70’s. We stayed at the Oasis RV Park. It was nice and paved roads and sites with concrete patio’s.

 

 Oasis RV Park

We stayed in space 74 which was not long enough to accommodate the Motor Home and Jeep, so we unhooked and parked in front of the Mtr Hm. 

Space 74 at Oasis RV Park

They have full hook ups with Cable TV and Limited shared open WiFi. The rest rooms and laundry are some of the cleanest of any park we have stayed in. Check in is different because if you don’t have advanced reservations when you arrive at the park you have to call the registration desk at the Casa Blanca which is at the other end of the strip, give them your credit card number, and they will assign you a space. You have 1 hour to go to the Casa Blanca and finish registering. The Casa Blanca has a RV park at there casino, but the spaces are small and crowded. The Oasis is quiet and lots of space. We are not interested in Gambling having lived in Nevada for 30 plus years before moving to Utah. Day 4 arrived on a Saturday and it was time to finish the last leg of our trip home. We left at 9:00 am UT Time and made it to our home in Ogden by 4:30 pm in the afternoon. The trip home was Safe and we had no problems.

Mel

 

 

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Author: Mel

I am a Retired PC Tech. I love to travel in a Motor Home with my Wife. I am a avid RVer and like to camp and travel. I am a commercial Pilot and hold a Novell Education certificate in Networking configuration and installation. I like to read and like country and western Music.

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