Roses are red, violets are blue, click all them pics... you know what to do.
Tourist shop in the Goldfield ghost town.
Antique road grader.
11/27/2020 05:26:32 pm
That looks like a perfect boondocking site to me. I have camped with groups of friends in Q but I can't take too many days of that before I need a spot like yours. One time I annoyed some friends by gong inside my rig and refusing to come out until I had enough alone time. But, that was better than the first year when one of the guys would turn on his generator so he could watch TV. Maybe that was his version of alone time?
11/27/2020 06:21:17 pm
To me that's the beauty and the freedom of full-time RVing you get to live the way you want, and if you don't like the way things are, you can hitch up and leave.
11/27/2020 09:13:02 pm
Ahh, Good. You've found a place to be for a bit. Lovely. And so is the header photo of the Superstitions. I think you're smart not to head to Walmart very soon. My town has 20,000 people and one Walmart Supercenter. A friend told me she drove by today and the humongous parking lot was completely full. Meanwhile, this little town and this county of 30,000 in Texas is now approaching a level of hospitalizations which will trigger the very modest restrictions which the governor set down last April. So we'll see. I'm not optimistic. But I lie low and think I will be fine. Not that I like it. It's been a long time of laying low, but going on will be necessary, if at the age of 75, I want to see 76.
11/27/2020 10:08:12 pm
Thank you so much Judith. Yeah I'm happy here in Quartzsite. There's a lot of areas to boondock near Quartzsite, so if I get tired of one area I can just go to another.
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