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Blythe Intaglios

Blythe Intaglios

(Blythe CA) About 15 miles north of town, and west of the Colorado River, was the famed Blythe Intaglios site. A gravel road led off the highway to several native geoglyphs dated to as far back as 900BC. Images of human and animal shapes were scraped into the ground on hilltops. The large drawings were […]

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Tardis at LD camp

The Q Two

(Quartzsite AZ) This was my second visit to The Q. It was on the way to where I was headed. So, I decided to camp with some Lazy Daze owners that were gathered there. Got to see some folks I hadn’t seen for a while, and enjoyed the evening campfire socials. Also, I met-up with […]

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White Sands

(White Sands NM) In the middle of the Tularosa Basin, about half way between Las Cruces and Alamogordo NM, lies 275 square miles of gypsum sand dunes. It’s the largest such dune field in the world and has been set aside as White Sands National Monument. The huge dunes are constantly growing and shifting, as […]

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