New adventure! Wickenburg, AZ to Ogden, UT, 2019!


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Comment by Kevin F Smith on April 8, 2019 at 6:52pm

Safe touchdown in Kingman, AZ!  We filled the propane tank, added the biocide and DieselKleen to the fuel tank and topped it off with diesel...had to call Chase because they flagged our debit card...and then pulled off to the side of the Flying J parking lot and we both took a nap (after starting the generator and turning on the AC).

The rig is driving great!  We hit some climbing out of the valley, and we were passing semi trucks no problem.

Some angry Canadian lady gave me a hard time for "taking so long" getting diesel and propane.  I told her she shouldn't be an RVer if she was in such a!  I thought her head was going to explode when I guessed she was a Canadian...

I also checked my solar panels, and they are rock solid on the roof.

We are going to stay the night here, and hit the road very early tomorrow morning to beat the heat.  We'll see how far north we get before we decide to pull over again.


Comment by Kevin F Smith on April 8, 2019 at 10:42am

So now we begin a whole new boondocking adventure!

We are starting this chapter at a rest stop in Wickenburg, AZ, headed to Ogden, Utah, at the northern tip of the state...about a 700 mile drive.

Today's drive is only going to be about 120 miles to a Flying J in Kingman, AZ.  We are exhausted!  It is supposed to be in the 90s here and there today, and we only have enough propane in the tank to run the fridge until we get to the Flying J, where we can top off the propane and run the generator to run the AC.

After our morning coffee, I'll perform all of our road checks, and then we'll hit the road before it gets too hot.  It is currently 8:40am here in Wickenburg, AZ.



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