Saturday, April 24, 2010

Last Day in Pahrump

Tonight is our last night in Pahrump, Nevada. Tomorrow we are heading for St. George, Utah. We are gradually beginning to start our trek back to the Pacific Northwest. We've been staying for the past two weeks at the Charleston Peak RV Resort. It has one of Nevada's few wineries, but we've never managed to visit it! Even though we've spent two weeks in the area, there are still lots of places we haven't managed to get to -- I guess they'll have to wait until the next trip.

We've certainly had some interesting weather while we've been here. It's been extremely cold the last couple of days, but today it was in the high 80s...

We were tired after our late night return from Las Vegas, so slept in this morning. I spent most of the day doing laundry, getting us all caught up again with clean clothes. Forry did run in to the post office this afternoon to pick up a couple of packages we were expecting, but forgot that it was Saturday and they close at noon! I'll have to call them on Monday and see if there is any way they will forward them to us in Utah?

I have found a new set of books that have had me totally engrossed. Written by the writing team of Dr. Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson under the name of Jefferson Bass, they are based on the Body Farm in Tennessee. If you like the Patricia Cornwall books, these books are even more fascinating. Dr. Bass is the world renowned forensic anthropologist who founded the University of Tennessee's Anthropology Research Facility.

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