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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 ...
... direction we were going. We hit 6100 feet before starting our descent to the valley floor. Before we hit Quartzsite we crossed through an area they call the Arizona outback. Quartzsite is a gathering place and has been since the days of the California Gold Rush. I had learned of it first as a place with a huge gem show and then read more and it seems this town sees over a million ...
... the shadows cast on their hides from the slatted shelter overhead.
We drove through Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area which we understand is quite a busy place but perhaps just a little too hot still right now and also this is a week day. Just gorgeous sand dunes.... very warm.
Chose a Passport America resort and now sit backed on the Colorado River-- certainly bigger here than when we saw it in ...
We leave for Blythe, just over the California border, for one more stop before our new home. Arizona is not all desert ...... getting to Sedona we wound up and down pine covered mountains. Not until we get to south ...
... swells to over a million especially during January and February. Snowbirds come from all over the Us and Canada to stay in RV parks in town but most camp on BLM land for a month, two months and even three months for cheap or for free.
Rock and Mineral shows began here in 1965 and have expanded to over eight major shows and one huge RV show. Tents are set up; vendors flock in – selling their ...