Now that Melinda has her shiny, new bike, she wants to ride it. Our first outing took us to Goldfield Ghost Town, former gold mining town, now turned into a tourist trap. We rode the train, watched the gunfight and bought the mandatory ice cream cone.

The second road trip was past Goldfield Ghost Town to Tortilla Flats, which is at the end of a winding, mountain road. Nice ride, but the Rib Tips at the Superstition Saloon were a little disappointing. The ride back at dusk in the mountains was a little chillier than we planned on in our walking shorts.

After a couple weeks at Mesa Spirit RV Park, we moved to Val Vista Village for a week. Then we head back to Mesa Spirit. Our Thousand Trails membership only allows us to stay in a park for two weeks at a time, then a week off. What a pain to unhook the sewer, electric, satellite, trailer, etc. to move it 1 mile down the road for a week and then do the same thing again.

Goldfield Ghost Town

Tortilla Flat

RV On The Road Yet? is a blog dedicated to the journey one couple has taken on the road to living full time in a Recreational Vehicle. Please keep in mind that we are not RV experts (or lawyers or doctors). We are just a couple muddling our way through this RV thing like anyone else. With luck, we may share something that will save you time or money, or just make you smile. We are primarily doing this so Melinda can keep her 65 best friends informed on our full-time RV adventure exploits. Sometimes humorous and hopefully educational, we will relay the steps we have taken as we travel down the former path of frontiersmen, Gypsies, retired people, and idiots.