don't forget to click the pic.
5/3/2020 04:53:01 pm
You have voiced my opinion about this situation very well. A friend down in Rockport called to let me know most all of the area is open again if I wanted to came back down there. I am not excited to be hot, sweaty, salt encrusted and mosquito bitten. So far it all seems to point to me staying right here in Del Rio for another month. It is definitely a nice enough place. Good luck on your decision.
5/3/2020 05:58:54 pm
Thank you Barney. Due to the circumstances I find myself in I guess I'm just as well off here as I would be someplace else. There's a Walmart and two large grocery stores less than 5 miles from me, and gas stations in that same area. I can get mail or package deliveries here if I need to. They have two laundry rooms I just haven't had the nerve to go in either one of them for fear there's a Bat flu virus hiding in a dryer. It's definitely hot here but survivable with the air conditioner on, but large parts of the day are too hot for anything but Gila Monsters and Horny Toads.
5/4/2020 01:18:20 pm
I just saw this on the Escapee's forum and wanted to be sure you didn't miss it. I know nothing about the park itself but the temps are sure tempting. https://www.weatherforyou.com/reports/index.php?pands=hualapai+mountain+county+park%2Carizona
5/4/2020 01:43:40 pm
Wow! Thank you for that Linda, I hadn't seen it. Those temperatures sure do sound great especially compared to the way I'm living now. I briefly looked at their website and there appears to be two camping areas one in the mountains and one not. The mountain one is first come first serve, and the other one is reservations. Boondocking is $20 a night, and hookups is $35 a night, but they do have weekly and monthly rates which are considerably cheaper. And It's near Kingman Arizona.
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