Saturday, July 21, 2012

Do Not!

We decided to go to Jerome today.  First we went to eat breakfast at a local place.  Breakfast out the the door was $11.42 plus tip.  It was good, big and cheap.  A lot of locals were here in Cottonwood.DSC_0001 DSC_0002 DSC_0003

I out grew this stage and joined the Marine Corps and went to Viet Nam.DSC_0004 DSC_0005

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I suggest things to RVers, I advise, I hint and very seldom tell people “Do Not”.  Here is a seldom, “Do Not” take any RV, not even a friend’s, through or to Jerome.  Taking a class C over 24 feet is dangerous. Any 5th wheel or class A over 24 would be dangerous.  this is based on over 40 years of RVing to include 12 years of full timing.  The road is narrow, blind curves, switchbacks and no place to turn around.  I think you get my point.

We then decided to go to Congress.  Along the way..DSC_0017 DSC_0018 DSC_0019

Near Prescott Valley we found a dirt road so we took it.DSC_0020 DSC_0021 After ten miles…DSC_0022

We went through a very heavy thunderstorm in the mountains.  It cleaned The Jeep. 

We got to North Ranch.  George gave me his big shed and moved it to our lot.  He’s getting a very large shop and couldn’t use his shed anymore.  Thanks George.  Now the Razor and our back seat out of The Jeep will have a home when we arrive in a few weeks.  I have to figure out to get the Razor in it.  I think I will need a saw and a hammer.DSC_0023

We got back to Camp Verde about 5 PM.  Then we got hit by another thunderstorm. I left a Jeep window down.  Also our windproof magnetic windshield shade blew off.  There’s a product that has been disappointing especially for the $450.DSC_0025 DSC_0027 DSC_0030 DSC_0032

I forgot the soap.

See ya…………….