Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Day 32, 33 - Pahrump, NV

Tuesday (32) - Another 280 mile day got us to Pahrump, NV. We are staying at an RV resort using our RPI membership for the first time. It’s $10/day plus a utility charge if you are plugged into a 50amp circuit. And, surprisingly, the pool is open. This place feels more “resort-y” than many other places that call themselves resorts.

It has definitely warmed up from southern WA. And it did feel kind of nice especially after finding out that the pool was open. We added an additional day so we are here through Saturday night. I thought it would be good to not leave at the beginning of the weekend. 

We met up with Lynne and Jerry (motoblogger Curvyroads) for dinner at their RV park. They are staying at the one we were at the last time we were in Pahrump, Nevada Treasure RV Resort. It was good to see them again.

We still aren’t sure where to go from here. 

Wednesday (33) - It’s 88°F right now at 2pm but it’s nice to be able to sit outside again. A mobile RV wash business was driving through looking for business and Bridget nabbed them. $82 for a much needed RV wash. 

There is a cactus garden with in the park with a koi pond. Lots of large, spoiled fish. They must get fed often. As soon as you are spotted, they swarm to your location with mouths wide open.
Also nearby is a picnic area complete with gas grill and a water wheel.  

Bridget is doing a ton of research, planning and reservations for the next couple of months. A big job. 


  1. It was so great to see you both, and we look forward to seeing you again before we all move on! And we will definitely take that group pic we forgot to do! Headed to Beatty to see the Goldwell open air museum and Rhyolite ghost town today. Happy sightseeing!

    1. We went to Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge today. Death Valley tomorrow. It was good to visit again.

    2. Great, your pic from there looked really nice! We went to Rhyolite, Goldwell open air museum, the historic cemetery there, and then back into Death Valley to Panamint Springs and the Father Crowley overlook. Wow! Great 270 mile ride!

  2. Believe it or not we own a little plot in Pahrump.
    My folks bought it years ago but real estate went bust and it’s just an empty desert lot on a dirt road. Part of my “inheritance”. 😂😂