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WASHINGTON — I suppose it’s inevitable that we end up spending our southwest winters in the same spots year after year. In fact, we’ve stopped even planning out our winter. Instead, we follow a non-plan, plan of roaming around somewhere in the “southwest corner” of the country until it’s warm enough to head north. Which is why it should come as no surprise that, just like last year, we spent the first two weeks of the new year in the KOFA national wildlife refuge boondocking with a group of friends.
We like KOFA for its abundance of open land perfect for hiking & biking, great mountain views, and easy access to the wacky town of Quartzsite while avoiding the insane crowds that fill the area at this time of year.
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