We headed to the desert to celebrate President’s Day weekend. Our venue was near the east end of the Bradshaw Trail, four miles west of Wiley Well, and 12 miles south of Interstate 10, in southeastern California. Two state prisons are located behind our camp site, over the Little Chuckwalla Mountains.
Not only was it President’s Day weekend, but it was Valentines Day, uh, weekend.
Robert and Henri stoke the fire while Sandy, KT and Carol keep warm.
KT tears up the desert on her TTR.
The maiden voyage of the new Mac Motorsports flag. The flagpole is equipped with solar-powered string lights.
Steve takes advantage of a bike stand, and lays out a snack tray for everyone.
Sandy and Carol enjoy the campfire …
… while Henri and Robert deliver a little more ironwood and mesquite firewood. And yes, you can see our firepit from the satellite images on Google Maps.
String lights on the flagpole aid over-served campers find their way back to camp in the darkness.
Exploring a wash which was filled with recent rain water.
Mr. Bill and Carol, on the way to our Indian Pass geocache, the oldest geocache in Imperial County, thank you very much.
Matt and Carol are at the top of the hill replacing our weathered geocache container. The location is northwest of Yuma and experiences some brutal summer temperatures.
The view down Indian Pass, toward Picacho State Park and the Rio Colorado. The hills/mountains in the distance, are in the Yuma Proving Grounds, in Arizona.