The next day continued to be rainy. However, we made the most of it and took a trip to the Museum of Natural History with the kids. The Dinosaur display was there, and would be for several months, so the kids were especially excited about this. After returning to their hotel, everyone rested up. Later, Ocean Spray put on an indoor Food Truck dinner. This was supposed to be outside at the resort, but the weather was not cooperating. It was an excellent dinner, lots of fun, and I even got a free Ocean Spray Mule mug.
Kirk and I left Carlsbad 2/28 and headed straight to the Vegas airport to pick up his sister, Bev. On our way there, we stopped at the Outpost in Oak Hills, CA to eat breakfast, just off I-15. It was a quaint little place next to the Pilot truck stop with good food.
After our little search for Bev at the airport (we were in the wrong terminal), we finally headed back toward Bullhead City. Bev was staying at the Edgewater Casino/hotel in Laughlin, NV right across the river from us. During her visit we were able to take her to Oatman, Topoc, our place (Kirk made wings and poppers on the Traeger) for margaritas, to Havasu to see the London Bridge, and of course to the Desert Bar in Parker. I think she had a good time, even though the weather wasn't quite as warm as she would have liked. We sure enjoyed having her visit us!