TravelingMorgansBlog Working our way around the contiguous 48 states in our RV.

30. March 2011

Middle of a Long Trek

Filed under: 2011 — admin @ 22:23

We are now in Pahrump NV, just over the mountain from Las Vegas.
Snow covered Mt. Charleston (over 1200 feet) is visible from our site.

We are looking for work for the winter of 2011-12

To update our travels,  we left from the Texas Coastal Bend (Rockport), and stopped at the edge of the hill country (San Marcos TX) for medical treatment.

In the next three days we crossed the Hill Country, the barren Llano Estacado (Staked Plain or Pallisaded Plain), and two sets of mountains separated by a desert (White Sands and Organ Mountains, were the last).

We found Las Cruces NM would not have a winter job & place to stay for us.

We then headed up the Rio Grande River valley (I-25) to Albuquerque, crossed the Painted Desert to Winslow AZ.

We saw where the earth was shaken by a 150 foot meteor at Meteor Crater. It made an impressive impact.

The next overnight was Kingman AZ, then past Hoover Dam into Nevada on the nifty new Hoover Dam bypass and on to Pahrump NV and a week of job searching.

The whole of the SD section of the website is now in production status.
Wind Cave National Park
http://travelingmorgans.com/SD/WindCaveNP.shtml
and the Mammoth Dig
http://travelingmorgans.com/SD/MammothDig.shtml
are the latest to be added.
The Black Hills overview
http://travelingmorgans.com/SD/BlackHills.shtml
was updated.
Expect more to be added from time to time as I think of improvements, but the essentials are in good shape.

More  from California and our next update.

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