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Oct 15, 2012 - Queen Valley RV, Queen Valley, AZ

Monday-10-15-12, Queen Valley RV, Queen Valley, AZ We stopped here for three days thinking we might stay for a week or two, but decided to move on. The park has very few RVs, mostly park models and is 30 miles from town and is in the middle of the desert. The park was too remote for us even though it was gated. One night we heard coyotes close to our camp yelping, and the next evening just before dark I was washing the front window standing on a three foot ladder when about 50 feet away a bobcat came walking through the park. It strolled by...

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Nov 16, 2010 - Winter in Arizona

After almost three years of retirement, we are finally playing "snowbirds." Last winter in Los Alamos did us in, we were not going to spend another one in the mountains. Besides I got tired of putting my golf game in cold storage for 5 months or so, since it seems to take me longer to get it out of cold storage every year! We have been told of Queen Valley RV Resort for the last couple of years and in June, on our way to the US Open, we checked it out. To make a long story short, we took a years lease on a space, moved our 5th wheel in the...

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Winter In Arizona

May 30, 2010 - Queen Valley, AZ to Big Springs, TX

Having decided to sell our RV and travel without it this summer should prove to be an interesting trip. As we loaded our truck, it was a grim reminder of all the things that you couldn't take with you that used to be taken for granted in your RV. However, we are determined to make this trip fun, interesting, and stress-free. Leaving about two hours later than planned, we drove to Superior, AZ for breakfast at Los Hermanos. Since this is close to home, we have eaten here many times before. But this time we seemed to appreciate it more as our...

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Summer 2010

Mar 31, 2010 - Another visit

We got a hold of friends Clark (past work colleague) and Lynn who we at times stop and visit at their home in South Dakota. They are staying in Queen Valley. Now this “town” is out in the middle of the mountains and not shown on the GPS. We needed explicit directions to get to them and then upon leaving, they led us out a ways. It is really buried and we could not even find it listed on AZ mapping. It was a pretty drive out to them with the wildflowers beginning to come into bloom.

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Winter Wonderland



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