RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on mystery of road journey


We’re into the fourth and final week of our winter sojourn to the southwest … and we are camped for a couple of days at the Bureau of Land Management’s Empire Landing Campground on the Colorado River, on the California side, about nine miles north of Parker, Ariz.

We like this campground because it has both boondocking ($7.50 with Golden Pass) and hookup (electricity and water) sites ($22.50 with Golden Pass – no discount for utilities). We’ve opted for a hookup site for two nights because of my need to have land power for my computer and internet needs.

With all this ‘expensive’ power, Jimmy has taken a few minutes to write about his experiences over the first three weeks of our winter trek. Click on Jimmy Smith’s Another View for more.

Photo: Jimmy Smith outside our truck/camper at Empire’s Landing BLM Campground. (Julianne G. Crane)

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