Blythe Intaglois

While camping at Emerald Cove RV Park in Earp, California

Blythe Intaglois

I imagine ancient people making these geoglyphs so long ago and I get excited.

“We travel to ancient times by reading history books.” or ancient geoglyphs
Lailah Gifty Akita, Beautiful Quotes

How old are they?

Possibly from – 900 BC to 1200 AD

Why did they write them?

Possibly ceremonial?

How did they make them?

The geoglyphs are made by removing the darker surface pebbles and uncovering the whitish/grayish ground underneath.


Don’t stop at the fence by the road. The intaglios are behind a chain linked fence. You’ll need to go on a short walk to find the chain linked fences that protect the geoglyphs.


The first human figure

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The second one is an animal

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The third is a human figure. In order to see this geoglyph we drove a bit farther down the road.

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After, seeing the geoglyphs we found a geocache called the Blythe Intaglios, Again. 

The Geocache

The Geocache-bring a pen and a good attitude

There is no hint for this geocache. It doesn’t need one. If you need help let me know. Very Simple! Very Fun!


Kevin signing the geocache.

Happy Travels!

Geocaching in Laughlin, Nevada


Geocaching is my favorite outside game. I was surprised to find geochaches in Laughlin, Nevada. I shouldn’t be surprised geocaches are everywhere. The two geocaches we found were small but exciting to find. Geocaching is like a treasure hunt and I like to hunt for treasure. It was a victory to find these geocaches in laughlin.


We played the game at the Colorado Belle. —Laughlin High Roller —-

This one was very small but the hints on the geocache app were excellent.

The best hint on this hunt was -Which ringer?


We played the game at the Pioneer Casino. — Making Wind  –The wind hint was the best on this geocache.

Each geocache was fun to find.

My adrenaline was pumping.

My passion for the game was strong. I loved it!

Happy Geocaching!

This website has all the geocaching information you need to get started. Geocaching

Adopting a Cat

A few weeks ago Kevin and I decided to adopt a cat.
We looked at an animal shelter in bullhead city, Arizona but didn’t find the right cat. While camping near Parker, Arizona we found our cat at the local animal shelter.

If there were to be a universal sound depicting peace, I would surely vote for the purr.

~Barbara L. Diamond


Our Monroe was found in a chimney by animal control.

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Named for two reason:

The character Monroe on the tv series Grimm has a interesting personality.
When we went to the zoo recently we saw a baby gorilla named Monroe. He was fun to watch.


Monroe enjoys exploring the outside world near our campsite.

Happy RV Cat!

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