A little about my trip.
As I said above, I'd never been to the SW before, South Dakota was as close as I'd ever been before. Arizona is very different, but nice. I'm sure in the summer months it gets really hot, but right now, it is very comfortable. I look forward to returning.
If you meet someone who claims to live in Quartzsite, they more than likely live in an RV. Even the folks who run the RV parks & campgrounds, live in RV's. The only town I've ever been in where "Trailer Trash" far outnumbers the typical sticks & bricks homeowner.
Although I was slightly disappointed in the RV show itself, it was worth the trip to see the spectacle of Quartzsite itself. looks to me like a place I could fit right in.
New ones, used ones, downright old ones, Class A's, B's, C's, 5th wheels, TT's, Toy haulers, Homemade "things".....I've never seen anything like it.
Although it was a short trip it was still a great time. It is always fun to experience new places. thanks to my sisters for putting me up while I was there. It was of course great to see family too.
Overall, a great time. Thanks everyone for coming along.
I think every RVer needs to experience Q at least once. Then you either love it or hate it...for me, I'm addicted to dust. It kicks off several months of enjoying boondocking in AZ.ReplyDelete
glad to hear your perspective of Quartzsite!..one day we will have to venture to the Q and see it for ourselves!!ReplyDelete
I hope to go to the big Q some day. Glad you had a good time!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your experiences there. As one who lives vicariously through others it was nice to feel the warmer weather, not to mention see what Q was all about (gotta get there myself some day!)ReplyDelete