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I started my journey in November with the biggest high a person can have of excitement of much traveling and destinations to see. No I am in a funk and lonely and in need of people close. The Forest here in Northern Arizona have become bare of folks since Monday Labor Day and it is getting chilly. I have limited funds! Will I be going in the right direction for for people if I go to KINGMAN AND PARKER for the Fall? I need food banks! Feeling so very insecure! I'm a Senior lady with my pup in my van!

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I just checked & it's still hot in Parker, the forecast is for above 100 all 5 days.
I'll bet someone will check in with an idea...
The Caravan thread has links to stuff going on. I’ve used the Cottonwood food bank, but that was over 5 years ago.

I believe the Telluride Foodbank is open due the nature of the housing market and seasonal employment.

https://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/sho...?tid=32765
(09-05-2018, 09:01 AM)becida Wrote: [ -> ]I just checked & it's still hot in Parker, the forecast is for above 100 all 5 days.
I'll bet someone will check in with an idea...
I saw those temps and too hot for me! Thanks! It must cool down during fall and winter!?

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(09-05-2018, 06:27 PM)Perseverance Wrote: [ -> ]I saw those temps and too hot for me! Thanks! It must cool down during fall and winter!?


It's a good place to be for the winter.
When Flagstaff gets too cilly, a lot of people move down to Sedona/Cottonwood.
I am in Midland Michigan going to stay in a truck camper for the winter and excited to see how it works out for me
Brrrrrrrrr.  Wink

I plan on wintering in  Texas.
here's a web page that tell you the average temps per state and city.... good for planning ahead

https://www.currentresults.com/index.php

jT
Once I got the opening of my doubled quilt to close to the verticle outside wall. The condensation ran down the wall and got the outside edges of the quilt wet and later that night when it got colder the edges froze together trapping me inside. Next morning I had to use my body to melt the ice so I could get out. That was my last winter in Eastern Kentucky mountains. Some people call experiences like that character building I now have another name for them!