A person can have almost any kind of Quartzsite experience they want, I think. We've seen RV resorts, parks, close-to-town boondocking, a little further out boondocking, and what were those lights? boondocking. Now that the January RV show is over, things are quiet and you can easily boondock near Plomosa Road without braving the washes and the Arizona pinstriping. I think our next kind of Q experience will be on the flats with 3G coverage.
FULL RECANT: Annie just bought me dinner. I feel bad. I feel mmpmphhmm.
Ann from Dough, Dirt & Dye kindly gave me a Versatile Blogger award. Ann's blog is gentle. If you're feeling overwrought and overwhelmed, her writing and photography are diazepam for your spirit. I regularly take a dose.
Now I'm supposed to tell you a bunch of stuff about myself that you don't know, but I have no personal boundaries and you already know more about me than you're comfortable with.
We are love, love, loving our solar set-up. Annie installed a Link Lite battery monitor after we were up and running, and I check it when I get up at night to use the Bucket. When we're charging everything we use and running everything we can think of, we're using about 55Ah/ day (that's something you didn't know about us!). If we ever got into a bind, or Seattle, we would conserve further by turning off our inverter at night.
We are getting mail General Delivery at the Parker post office. We tried getting into the PO at Q(RST) and there was no chance. Now we piggyback mail on a grocery run.
I feel like I need to redeem this post with a picture:
|Help me, Jeff Goldblum.|
I've heard that every time a fly lands he throws up seven times. This photo neither confirms nor refutes that claim.