From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
After an annual January visit to Quartzsite, Ariz., to meet up with RVing friends and take in the RV show and swap meets, we were a little burnt out. We needed to get off on our own and decompress a bit. Usually, we take off and head east which in the last couple years has meant the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument region.
This year, Anne suggested an area only 20 miles or so south if Quartzsite called the Kofa NWR (National Wildlife Refuge). She was pumped to photograph the unique jagged peaks of the Kofa Mountains. We have admired them many times from afar during travels up and down highway 95 between Yuma and Quartzsite
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