Valley of the Fire; only one thing to say about it. WOW.
Took so many photos and it is hard to not show them all.
The formations and colors have no words to describe them.
So, I am not going to say much and let the pictures talk for themselves.
We wandered and climbed to the top of the rocks, visited the petroglyphs, then relaxed our sore and tired muscles.
On our way to Las Vegas we stopped to Visit the Hoover Dam.
It was packed with people. Having the RV we had to park way the heck up the hill and walk down to the dam itself.
Still an amazing place even though there was little water in the reservoir and we were sure that the dam was not producing power.
The new Freedom bridge that has been built over the dam was pretty impressive.
Then came Las Vegas. We did not plan it but made it to Vegas for Tylers birthday. Which turned out pretty amazing on its own.
It rained, and then it poured and they are totally not ready for water in their city.
We wandered around, saw a few of the sites, laughed at the fact that almost all the shows had been cancelled due to weather. Even the inside ones. The escalators were shut down, water (rivers) running down and through the parking lots.
But we managed to have fun, have a few beers, and a awesome steak diner at the Yard House Pub (only place we found with lots to chose from and no smoking).