Thursday, November 20, 2008

6 plus month update...

Thursday November 20, 2008


We have been on the road 6 months and 20 days and are still loving it. We moved again today and left Las Vegas Nevada, at 8:30 this morning, arrived in California at 11:00 and then into Arizona at 11:50. We are at River Island State Park on Hwy 95, 25 miles South of Lake Havasu City and 12 miles North of Parker.


The problem is we still have two more postings of pictures from Death Valley we would like to share and then we need to weed through over 130 pictures of the Las Vegas area and post some of them for you to see.


We have taken over 3000 pictures so you can see how hard it is to pick just a few to post here. This is the 7th State we have visited and of the 7 we have been to 5 of them twice.


We have posted 83 updates to our Blog and have had over 3000 hits on it.


Our question to you dear fans, is 12 pictures too much to post with each Blog? Should we increase or decrease the number? We have a lot of interesting pictures that we never posted but I guess you know that based on the number of photos we have taken.


Time to sign off, find a cold drink and our lawn chairs and just relax. The sun is setting so we can turn off the air conditioning now, it is 5:00 some place...
We will leave you with one picture, see if you can figure out what it is.


To be continued...

5 comments:

michelle said...

I love all the pictures! Feel free to add as many as you love.
I think the picture posted today is a bunch of blown glass. Looks like Dale Chahulie (spelled wrong!)

Amy said...

I have no idea what the picture is, but it is lovely. I love all your pictures...twelve per post is definitely not too many.

Debbie said...

jelly fish!

Dick & Jackie said...

Michelle wins. Don't know who the artist is, but it is a collage of blown glass on the ceiling of a casino in Las Vegas.

A. Doll said...

Michelle has the artist correct as well. I love his work. I think Debbie also is right. No number of pictures are too many. The more the better.