Monday, March 16, 2009

Organ Pipe National Park

After we left Mexico and interred back into the States, we stayed at Organ Pipe National Park in Arizona. It was a different kind of National Park with many verities of cactus and Desert plants.

There are a few hikes that the park offers. One of those hikes takes you to some of the old mines.

Enjoy the pictures.

Bryce, Isabelle, Conner, Winston and Lincoln

Winston, Bryce, Conner, Isabelle and Lincoln

Isabelle and Bryce


Conner and Lincoln

Lincoln found a jaw bone on our hike
at the mines

Raven hang'n on a cactus

Isabelle, Steve, Conner, Winston and Lincoln

Isabelle and Lincoln standing next to small cactus plant

Organic Tribe on a hike

Isabelle, Lincoln and Winston receiving their Jr. Ranger badges

Concha Del Mar

While we were in Mexico we stayed in Puerto Penasco, Sonora. The RV park was called "Concha Del Mar". The great guy in charge of the Beach front park is Edgar Penuelas. Edger went out of his way to make our family and all the others we were with feel at home. If we needed local info. Edgar found it for us. If we needed something fixed he would fix it our shop around town for a good price for us. We are so grateful for everything he did for us and our friends. If any one ever wants to visit Puerto Penasco near Playa Bonita Resort, go see Edger for a great place to stay. There are no hook ups, but there is a place to pump out sewer from RV and water tap to fill RV. 

The showers are new and very warm. Very nice bathrooms. The view was to die for. This trip to Mexico was wonderful. We made many new friends, and enjoyed the time shared with old friends.

If you are interested in going to Puerto Penasco and wanting a great place on the beach here is the info for "Concha Del Mar".

Concha Del Mar
Edgar Penuelas
Tel: (638) 103-1137
Price is $10 a day

Leaving Mexico

We had to leave our Lemon and Orange Tree with Edgar

Isabelle, Bryce, Edgar, Conner, Steve, Lincoln and Winston

FOTR families staying at "Concha Del Mar" on our own private beach

FOTR rigs in Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point)