Saturday, March 16, 2013

Turkey Mesa Near Earp,Ca.

Good afternoon folks.
 
First of all I what to say "Hello" to our friend Craig.  He was parked here at Turkey Mesa a few years ago, when the Boondocking Gang moved right in on him and all he did was join the group.  Love to see that rig here once again.
DesertDale is just setting up our camp site here at Turkey Mesa.  There are a few rigs here but they are few and far away, were it is nice.

We are just a few miles away from the town of Earp, Ca.  It was a signal station, trading post  and a ferry stop on the Colorado River.
Wyatt Earp lived there for a period of time  and was there when the town started.  A post office was opened in 1920 and is still in service. There are very few building there today, with very fe residences.
  This is just a view from our camp site.  We also get a few of the Parker Pecker.
Kitfoxgal has run out of info.  Just enjoy life.  Kitfoxgal
 
 
 
 
 
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amed for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences.
NameNamed for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences.d for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences.
Named for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences. Named for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences.Named for Wyatt Earp, Earp was a signal station, trading post, and ferry stop on the Colorado River. Earp lived here for a period of time and was there when the town was started. A post office was opened in 1920 and its closing date is unknown. Today there are a few current residences.

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