Happy New Year from a New Location
So, as I already said, we left Southern California to make our way towards Park City, UT to work out the rest of the ski season at Deer Valley Resort. I’m not sure exactly what we were thinking!!!!! Before we left, we had a great time over the holidays with family like we hadn’t been able to do in years. We also took the time to visit with some friends while we were there too. And then our last evening in San Clemente, gave us an amazingly beautiful sunset!! We could see both Catalina and San Clemente Islands from the entrance to the campground. We also had an incredible time on our last night in the the “SoCal” with a wonderful meal and a great time with the kids!! Next, we headed towards Mesquite, NV and who knew! We kinda got stuck for a few days!!!! Although we arrived in the area with great weather and views….. Throughout our first night in Mesquite, the snow level came WWWAAAYYYYYY down low. We ended up having to spend a few extra days in Mesquite waiting for the weather up north to clear up since Park City was getting slammed with a snow storm that would drop about 29” of new snow! We knew we didn’t want to travel through that!! We finally did take off and start moving north. Our last night in Nevada had a low temp. of 22 degrees F. Brrrr! The drive through the canyon in Arizona was beautiful though!! And then further on into Utah. I’ve always loved the red cliffs with snow on them! They just look amazing together!! As you can see in the photos, although it was very cold, it was an otherwise beautiful day with lots of blue skies. If only the day could have stayed that way………. Yep! That’s right, it was snowing on us! We ended up stopping over for a night in Springville once the weather turned and we weren’t able to make time on the road as we planned. We arrived at the RV Park and only had a few problems. One slide didn’t want to open, so as I was pushing the button, Sal was up on our island, with one foot against the other side of the house while pushing on the top of the problem slide. It was quite comical, but we did finally get it open. Then we had frozen water inside our water pipes that we had to get to thaw before we could have water. We’re used to being in this cold weather, but not so much actually traveling through it!! Anyway, we woke up this morning to 9 degrees F and hit the road. At least it was another beautiful day (except the cold!). So, we have finally arrived in our RV Park for the next three and a half months. We had to thaw out our water pipes again, but we here now. We begin working again on Monday. Not looking forward to that necessarily, but I do look forward to skiing!! They’ve got a ton of snow so I know it’s gonna be great!!
Happy New Year Everybody!!!!!!