Super 8 Motel - Quartzsite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to stay another couple of days after everyone else left.
This desert is VERY dusty and the air is so dry, we are starting to look like the local lizards. Quartzsite is a town of about 1500 people but during Jan and Feb it swells to 15000 (jeepers, atv's and rock hounds) plus there are motorhomes, 5th wheels, campers, jeeps, razors, quads everywhere. In our club alone we had over 100 motorhomes.
Where we are ...
... lands in the surrounding desert. RV's crowd the land for as far as the eye can see, quite a sight!
To fill you in, carrying on from our last blog: due to ill-health of one of our camping buddies (thank heavens for excellent travel insurance!), we ended up staying in the Oasis Palms RV park for six nights, rather than two, no hardship at all, since they had a lovely swimming pool, lots of ...
... and no rush to get anywhere, we call it the best way. A couple of days ago another couple from Shady Cove, OR, they are also a nice couple, they like to hang out on the CA coast most of their fun times, sun and sand, and the beach.
I always thought this boon docking stuff was where ever for how ever long you want, this is not true in this area anyway. You can stay 14 days and than it's time to move ...
... had taken to Quartzsite was fun and interesting as you can see in the video's, narrow, winding and a lot of dips, almost like a roller coaster ride. Pretend you are on the magic carpet ride with us, do you know the song A Whole New World, it's from a Disney film. This is the way we like to travel all the back roads we can find. You see more of the countryside, quaint towns and away from ...
... wind, and then of course you have to have the flood next and we did! The water line disconnected and began spewing water all over the place for several hours and the bucket that the surge protector was in, got flooded - so our first dilemma was the lack of electricity. Nick managed to by-pass that and we got our electric back. We usually have this large surge protector covered in plastic at the "pole" where you plug in, but we needed an extension, and it needs ...