From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Before I get started today, I want to wish all of you Happy Thanksgiving. Whether you’re sharing the day with family back home or with friends in an RV park somewhere, I hope you have a wonderful day full of happiness and good food.
We were up early yesterday morning, a habit that we really have to break. But we were eager to get on the road as soon as our friend Butch Williams reinstalled the fuel door lock that he had rebuilt the night before on our motorhome. It didn’t take him long to get the job done and after thanks and hugs with Butch and his wife Fonda, we pulled out of Quartzsite and drove about 95 miles east on Interstate 10. Traffic was moderate and we made good time.
Just outside of Buckeye we turned south on State Route 85, a good four-lane highway that ran 35 miles south to Interstate 8 at Gila bend. This bypass makes it possible to completely avoid the Phoenix metro area, and though it adds a few more miles to the trip, it’s well worth it.
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