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Welcome to the Adventures of Larry and Connie Farquhar.
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October 2006 Travel Log

10/31/06: Apache Junction, AZ: A few days ago, we moved the short distance to Las Vegas, NV. We stayed at the Nellis AFB campground and (sort of) got lucky. This is a very busy RV park, where reservations are needed to get a FHU site. We arrived and got the last partial site. This site was a bit cramped and had electric and water. The problem was, they share hookups and the 30amp circuit was taken...

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NOV
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November 2006 Travel Log

Arizona

11/22/06: Apache Junction, AZ: Happy Thanksgiving! We had our holiday dinner yesterday, as it was the best time to get everyone together. Of course, it was another fantastic, traditional turkey dinner. While Connie worked her heart out all day, I think she enjoyed having a full-sized kitchen to work in. At least it made cooking two turkeys easier. We've also recently had friends come into town for...

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DEC
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December 2006 Travel Log

Cardon Cactus in Mexico

12/31/06: Middle of the Desert, CA: Believe it, or not, but Larry still has that darn cold! Before leaving San Carlos, MX, Bob and Ann took us out to an area in the desert they referred to as the "Enchanted Forest". It's a remote area full of HUGE Cardon cactus. These guys were easily 100' high! We enjoyed the day touring, touring a pearl farm, lunch, and a wonderful shrimp dinner. We enjoyed our ...

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JUL
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July 2007 Travel Log

07/17/07: Huntington Lake, Sierra NF, CA: Time is starting to fly (slip) by now. We can't believe how fast these past two weeks have gone. Perhaps this can be attributed to how busy we've started getting. Weekdays are still mellow, but the weekends are crazy! Our campgrounds have been almost 100% full on the weekends. Since we're also mainly "first come - first serve" on campsite selection, we're ...

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MAR
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Playing Tourists in New Mexico, Part 4

Fort Craig, New Mexico

After arriving at the Caballo State Park, NM, we got the last electric site. However, it was in the "lower" section by the river. We spent a week there, then moved to the "upper" section above the lake. These are much prettier sites with a better view. Our site overlooking the lake. We spent a week in the "lower" section and another week in the "upper" section. With a 14-day stay limit in a s...

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