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Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Monday, February 03, 2014

Nice sunrise, blue skies, warm temps, more book deals and fun in the sun, does it get much better?

Where are we today ?
       Love the early morning sunrises here. Always a morning person I find that the best part of the day.
looking to the east 
sun hitting the mountains to the west
          But we getting ready to leave in the morning, been here for over two weeks and our permit expires. ($40.00 for two weeks). Actually been, dry camping since Jan 3rd. So I can do laundry today, Suzie she dust and vacuum our coach. Yep lotsa dust here in the desert.
The big laundromat in town
           33 dryers and many more washers done in no time. After a bite to eat we checked out a couple more book vendors and picked up 8 more great books for ten dollars. In a couple days we will do a book exchange at another vendor. Always have fun doing these things here.
Suzie going through her book list
         Took a bike ride later and noticed the big tent is almost packed up, waiting until next year.
tent is almost gone
relaxing with our books this afternoon,
clear blue skies
         But then time to fire up our Weber Q, grill a  couple pork chops, broccoli in foil and some home fried potatoes with onions.
sure hit the spot
        Guess what? This was our last day here at La Posa West in Quartzsite, gonna move down the road tomorrow a few miles, get some free desert dirt for 2 days, then off to Ehrenberg AZ for a week and California for a bit. Been here long enough time to get our wheels turning again.
        We just enjoyed another fine desert day with lotsa sunshine and warm temps. Hope you had a good one too.
        Thanks for stopping on by for a visit.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
 Check out the map below to see where we have been this Winter
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18 comments:

  1. busy, busy, hope to see you at Roadrunner.

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    1. We thinking we may just stay there for the two nights, not sure yet.

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  2. And just like that, they're all gone. The tent too...

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    1. Pooof, almost like magic thousands of people have evacuated taking their homes and businesses with them too.

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  3. I'm a morning person too in my old age. I was always the opposite during my youth … I love the mornings. Watching the sun come on along and here's another ol day to pitter and patter about in… good stuff

    Excellent food … my kind of meal that I used to eat… now it's just the broccoli with maybe a baked potato ...

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    1. We do change over the years thats for sure.

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  4. We are morning folks too!
    Safe travels....
    I have enjoyed your stay at the Q this year!

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    1. Thanks for joining us too bad you weren't here.

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  5. That blue sky is just amazing! Keep on enjoying the good life.

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  6. Good thing there are more books written than you can ever hope to read.

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  7. It's always great to arrive at Quartzsite and we're always happy when it's time to move on too. Dry camping for an extended period of time means we have lots of cleaning out to do. We miss the water and the sewer much more than the electric hookups.

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    1. We miss them too, and really appreciate when we can have full hookups again.

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  8. For some reason I always thought the Big Tent was a permanent structure and stayed up all year long. Without that tent in sight I might just blow right through Quartzsite without even knowing I'd bee there.

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    1. A lot more to see in Quartzsite other than the tent though.

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  9. I can't imagine how much work it must be to set up and tear down that big tent. I get tired just closing up my motorhome to get rolling down the road. I guess I've become such a lazy bum since I retired... :cD

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    1. A large crew worked on tearing down the tent for close to a week.
      We enjoy packing up and moving about still. New places new faces.

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