Category Archives: Nevada

Grapevine Canyon

It’s Thanksgiving Day. We are not with family in Minnesota and we are not with our kids in the Northeast, but we are thankful that we do have them in our lives even tho we are so far away. Of … Continue reading

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Christmas Tree Pass

Another beautiful sunny day, around 75F with a little wind. We have been dry-camping in Riverside Casino’s parking lot for the last several days but now our fresh water tank is empty and our other tanks are full. Don Laughlin’s … Continue reading

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Davis Dam

And yet another beautiful day… Davis Dam is about two miles up-stream from Laughlin and about 70 miles downstream from the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. Completed in 1953, this is an earth and rock-filled embankment with a power … Continue reading

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Laughlin Labyrinths

We heard there were some labyrinths in the hills behind Laughlin so we went in search of them this morning. I was able to zoom in on a few of them using Google Maps Satellite View which made locating them … Continue reading

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Dinner and a Movie

Laughlin has some good walking trails. On the north end of town is a nice pedestrian bridge spanning the highway that leads to a paved trail that takes you out into the desert to the Davis Dam on the Colorado … Continue reading

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Pahrump to Laughlin

The last six days we have been enjoying our stay at Wine Ridge RV Resort & Cottages in Pahrump, Nevada. After dry camping in Death Valley for the previous week we have appreciated having full hook-ups and amenities. And it’s nice … Continue reading

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Oatman, AZ

Oatman, Arizona, about 30 miles from Laughlin, Nevada, on the Historic Route 66, is an authentic western ghost town and mining camp.  It maintains its historic look and includes gunfights and some of the town folk dress in period costumes. Burros, … Continue reading

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