Yesterday we paid for another week at Cattail Cove, since we have found more to do in the area, and we just like it here.
Stopped at Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge, which is 7 or 8 miles south of our campground. What a lovely area. The park is beautifully landscaped, has hiking trails and really nice docks for fishermen. It is all run off solar power.
Had a nice chat with one of the volunteers, who have 3 campsites along the Colorado River. We thought it would be a nice place to volunteer sometime in the future, so it will go on our list of place to keep in mind.
Today it’s time to dump our tanks and go to the Swap Meet at La Paz County Park. The life of full time RVers is so glamorous!