We finally did it and visited Quartzsite. Had Thanksgiving Dinner in a little Mexican Cafe and visited with some really nice folks. Great food at a great price! For those of you going to Quartzsite I can assure you it is still there.
motojavaphil said:We finally did it and visited Quartzsite.? Had Thanksgiving Dinner in a little Mexican Cafe and visited with some really nice folks.? Great food at a great price!? For those of you going to Quartzsite I can assure you it is still there.
motojavaphil said:Bob, It was Taco Mia and being a native New Mexican on Thanksgiving Day we stopped for out sample of beans and tortillas only to behold a downhome Bird Day Dinner. One of the family told us folks line up around the building during the peak of the season. I was impressed.
We will not be joining the Forum this January as I still have to get the Re in front of the tired. We ventured down to Yuma and Quartzsite to see and explore for the day we can bail out of the working insanity. Quartzsite will take some getting used to. There is a raw beauty to it but it is the most desolate place I have seen for a long time. My denial of age hobby, skating, might have a snag in it there. Then again the roads are smooth, flat and an early morning skate could be done.
I was drawn more to Yuma. Malls, bike paths and things like that. It is all up in the air for us now but the time grows ever closer!
McClary said:I will be at the Form on 20 Jan meet you all there>>>>
Jim Dick said:Bob,
I sure hope that's 20 cents/kwh rather than $20!!!! I thought it was high at 18 cents! ;D ;D ;D
McClary said:Hello All
This is my first post so hope it gets printed...I am in Quartzsite now for the 1st time and it is great..am at" 88 Shades" till 14 Jan then out to the dry camping..
The food here has been just great and they do not over charge but the big thing is how very friendly it is and you meet people with out trying!!
I will be at the Form on 20 Jan meet you all there>>>>