Sunday, March 18, 2012


The road from Yuma to Parker may appear to be a road to nowhere. The desert stretches ahead and behind, promising an avenue for my mind to reach and soar. Some of the best scenes in my next book are born on a road like this.

London Bridge in Lake Havasu City Arizona. Can you believe each brick was dismantled in London and reassembled here? A serene Sunday morning as smooth as the river, before the world began to stir. I snapped photos that never capture  the atmosphere but they will  carry me back like a chapter in a good book. 

Sportster enjoys the luxury  of  The Treasure RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada. The resort  employs a great veteran chef, Mike Johnson, who cooks for the rallies as well as operates a little cafe called  The Grill Room that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.There is even a five lane bowling alley.  The pool , a waterfall and walking bridge over the cascade create a fantasy vacation.
Two seminars in Yuma completed , two more to present here. 

 This is Pahrump.Only one hour from Death Valley or Las Vegas. There is so much more to explore in the area, The Dublin Caves in Shoshone, The Amargosa Opera House and China Ranch Date Farm.
This is my panoramic  view for the next ten days until my seminar at The Winnebago Rally.
Inspiring, huh? Who needs Walden's Pond? Ten days of creating and hiking.
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