We spent Saturday and Sunday at Arizona Oasis RV Resort in Ehrenberg, AZ. Ehrenberg was once an important location on the Colorado river, but now consists of a Love’s truck stop, a combination laundry,junk store facility, and three rv parks. I stumbled up on the Arizona Oasis last year while looking for a place to top off the battery, dump the tanks, fill up on water, and most of all, watch the superbowl. It was a Passport America park which helped with the selection. Of all the places we’ve stayed through the years that bill themselves as resorts, this is the only one that fits the billing. Located on the bank of the Colorado River, it is clean, well maintained, and has a very nice staff of employees and volunteers. Three other couples jhoined us this year.
Upon our arrival, we were told that there was a music show on Saturday night. Tickets were $7.00, so we said what the heck, we’ll attend. The guys name was Matt Grey, and he put on an amazing show. He never stood still, so I couldn’t get a clear picture.
He sang Motown hits from the late fifties, sixties, and early seventies. The Platters, Temptations, Four tops, Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, James Brown, etc. Not only did he sing the songs, he danced the moves of each group or individual.
He had folks clapping, cheering, and dancing. A friend of ours had a heart procedure less than two weeks ago. He was up doing the twist, as well as the Love Train.
The newlyweds from three weeks ago were also looking good.
The guys show was as good as any we’ve ever seen. He should be in Vegas.
On Sunday we gathered back in the clubhouse for the Superbowl. We had our own table right in front of the projection screen. We weren’t sure if we had enough food.
We ate way to much, drank just enough, and cheered the Bronco’s and Peyton to an awesome victory over Carolina. It was a great weekend back with some of our favorite people.
Soon to be back at Dome Rock for a molded fiberglass trailer gathering…..jc