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Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Almost a sunny day and fellow rv'ers pulled in to join us.

Where are we today ?
      Today is another wonderful one, not too cold and almost sunny. Lotsa walkabouts the resort and the desert around the resort. Got a few miles done before noon as usual.
love this area here
          Noticed this rv leaving, interesting setup below, Motorhome, towing a car, with a trailer and ATV  on it . It that legal? Don't know but he is dong it,
nice setup
      Next on my the agenda gonna bake some muffins. Picked up this mix and it worked out wonderful. Easy, quick and very tasty.
 
made a dozen but 4 disappeared real quick,
Rob Loves sweets
      About noon our friends from  Ontario arrived. Rob, Pat and Lady girl. They managed to get a site parked right next to us. So cool!
Their dog Lady Girl dropped by to visit
       Then this afternoon John and Barb from Ontario came over (from the BLM behind the park) and joined us for a nice social get together = (Happy hour). So nice to do this a few times a year when we meet up.
doggie fix for Suzie , Hank and Piper
we had to have a shot of Cream Tequila
we picked up the other day in Algodones MX
so tasty
John being John
John showing off is new hat
is he sleeping?
          Happy hour done, they went home and I whipped up a salad, grilled a couple turkey sausage and yellow peppers on our Weber Q.
yep was tasty
then we enjoyed another amazing sunset here in the desert
        Just a nice almost relaxing day here with friends and really nice weather again, not hot but not too cold.
         Thanks once again for joining us here in southern California.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle. 
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21 comments:

  1. Glad to see the weather is co-operating for you and allowing you to share it with other RVers.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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    1. We are enjoying our time here and the weather.

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  2. What a nice group of folks! So much fun!
    What a beautiful sunset...

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    1. We do meet up at different places year round and other people too.
      A perfect site for sunsets.

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  3. I have never heard of cream tequila. Very interesting. Might just grab a bottle when we get there.

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    1. They have quite a few varieties in Mexico.

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  4. Starting to look like Canada South with all your visitors! :c)

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    1. Yeah it does, but we meet some Americans too.

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  5. Looked like a great happy hour, never seen the Cream Tequila before. Nice pic of Lady Girl coming to visit. Another nice meal on the Q the sausage looked delicious!. Have an awesome Sunday. Whats your DHS arrival date?

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    1. DHS springs will be there tomorrow for 2 weeks Catalina Spa, Drop over and have a sample of this cream Tequila.

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  6. Cream Tequila??? I have to find some of that. :)

    As far as your towing question. I asked the same thing to my RVing friend here in Indiana a few years ago. I had seen a 40' RV towing a closed trailer that looked to be another 30' and then another closed trailer about 12-15', at a local highway 4-way stop. She told me it was legal in Indiana for towing multiple attachments behind an RV but that every state was different. She said the danger is of course, once you cross state lines while traveling you may be ticketed with a large fine.

    To me, that would be too dangerous to tow multiple trailers.

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    1. Its a tasty cream drink.
      I would not want to pull multiple trailers either

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  7. George, we arrive in DHS on the 30th looking forward to seeing you.

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  8. George,

    The Class 'A' towing a jeep also has a double wheel 'swivel wheel' directly connected to the receiver - without a ball. That set up is similar to our swivel wheel. Our deck has only one wheel. Google 'swivel wheel' and it will take you to the company's WEB site and you will see all of their products. So, the swivel wheel attached to the jeep is not considered a tow, and attached to the Class 'A' is not a triple tow. It is legal.

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    1. I kinda figured that, and was kind of a cool setup

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  9. I agree with Rene...it is a swivel wheel unit. However, even if it was a regular trailer, it would be legal in Ontario, if shorter tha 75 feet.

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  10. It's certainly great when the weather is nice and you get a chance to be outside enjoy it. Love the sunsets in this area.

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    1. oh yes do love the sunsets, and the decent weather too.

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  11. Love the sunsets, George. Can't wait to see them for myself. Remember us to Rob and Pat. Enjoy the companionship!

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