Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Happy New Year

May you all have a very happy and healthy 2008!
We had a great celebration on New Year's Eve with the Boomers at Mittry Lake. These generous and friendly rvers opened up their homes and hearts for an evening of visiting and then we all joined together at the campfire at midnight to ring in 2008.
It's been nice spending the last part of 2007 in our spot next to the canal at Mittry Lake. For anyone who isn't familiar with the Mittry Lake Wildlife Area, it is about 18 miles northeast of Yuma, Arizona, on the east side of the Colorado River between Laguna and Imperial Dams. There are nice views of the lake and mountains. On any day you might see many types of waterfowl, such as Coots, blue heron, egrets. And for a couple of days we watched from our rig as three pelicans dipped their long beeks for food in the shallow water that had been drained from the canal. They tell us the fishing is plentiful as well. If you'd like to look at some info on this location go to:

1 comment:

  1. Happy New Year!

    I'll be in Moab Apr 26th-May 4th with my son Patrick. Hope to see you there.

    - Will


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