There are no rules in Boomerville.
Every hour is happy hour.
When we awoke Thursday morning, there a very light pitter-patter on the roof of our vehicle. As we slowly raised the blinds, we realized it was raining--we hadn't seen or heard rain since El Paso when a few drops fell on Bobby's house. It looked like it was passing quickly so we decided to geocache and visit California! Bob chose 4 caches close to I-10 on the way to Blythe, California.
We found all four with no trouble. We dropped off a travel bug and a geo-coin and retrieved another travel bug. We are quickly approaching 200 finds. We have some in every state we've visited except Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. Maybe we will find some in those states on our return trip.
We saw several interesting sights in Blythe, California. At the first sign, Bob and I gathered our books of stamps and were ready to trade them, but it was not a redemption center.
Not far down the road we saw Blythe Airport. This building is one of the few buildings at the airport and it is still in use. The building is from WWII.On our return to Arizona we were glad that we didn't need gas. There was a line of vehicles backed up for 3/4 of a mile waiting to get gas at the Arizona line. Gas at the border in Arizona is $2.85 and just across the state line in California it is $3.38. Diesel in California is only one or two cents above regular unleaded.