The Motorhome is parked at
Coyote Howls West – 50A – $20 a night
back in space – best electric voltage we’ve had so far
not much to look at. . .but great owners
Verizon Service is excellent. . .we can see the cell tower from the park
never lost coverage all the way from Tucson, using the Wilson Booster
now to the reason why we are doing an overnight in WHY AZ. . .
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is only 4 miles away. . .
and is so close to Mexico that warning signs are posted. . .
Areas of the park that have been closed since 2003
reopened to the public in September 2014. . .
we are here to specifically see the Organ Pipe Cactus
which only grows in this specific area of the Sonoran Desert
due to it’s susceptibility to frost. . .
what a beautiful plant, flanked here by Cholla Cactus,
and overshadowed by a Saguaro Cactus. . .
with the State Tree of Arizona, the Palo Verde in the background. . .
a lovely view of the Ajo Mountains
was visible from the walking trail behind the Visitor Center. . .
and of course we needed to check out the RV Park located just
past the Visitor Center for any of our RV friends
who might like to stay in the National Park. . .
all dry camping. . .but lovely level cement pads available. . .
We are glad we made this stop. . .
not only to see another beautiful place. . .
but to check another National Park off the list. . .
a really great NP, well worth a visit. . .
See you next time in Yuma,
Janice and Dave