Nature gave me a pretty sunset to welcome me back to an LTVA last night.
A beautiful sunny warm day today with no rain in the forecast until Wednesday and then its just for one day.
Since I'm normally not in Quartzsite during March I'm not sure what's normal for this time of year but I did find it odd that there's very few vendors at all anywhere in town, and there's no volunteers signing people into the normal boondocking areas to supposedly prevent people from staying longer than two weeks, at least not the areas I've seen. So I'm not sure if that's normal for March or not because usually I'm out of here before the end of January, and a lot earlier if I'm not going to the Big Show. There are of course people manning the entrance to the LTVA's since the government makes money off that deal but those are the only officials I've seen.
It appears there's not as much maintenance going on here at La Posa North as I've seen in the past. The roads are in really bad shape with a lot of potholes, but that could have been caused by all the rains we've had in Arizona, and I noticed most of the big trash dumpsters that are here at La Posa North were full and overflowing. I haven't driven over to where the water and dumpsites are yet but I'm hoping they're working since that's the reason I came here.