La Posa South
From the quiet and seclusion of King Rd we drove up to Quartzsite. We look forward to this time each year as many of us will pass through here at some point January through March. Some come in October and stay for months and others just a week. We're bound to end up criss-crossing friends that we haven't seen for some time.
|Steve, escorting us to our site.|
Home at La Posa South LTVA (Long Term Visitor Area) for the rest of January. We pay $40 for 2 weeks. But you can also pay $180 and stay for 6 months. There are fresh and black water fill and dump stations and garbage bins in a central area. We did get affected a bit with the government shutdown as it meant that there would be no water, dump or garbage service. We topped off our water so it wasn't a problem for us. Thankfully it didn't last long.
Thanks to Jim for his drone shot of our group.
And here is the marker at the top.
When we were in this area a couple of years ago we came upon this tree (below) and thought it would be a great place to hide a geocache. So if you cache, look for GC7H7G6 called Tit for Tat. Look at the tree below and you may get it. The tree was full of certain clothing undergarments. This tree is just out in the desert with no rhyme or reason for the decorations.
This is an "alien" that we were looking for that had a cache hidden nearby.
Another beautiful Arizona sunset!
One for everyone. They are yummy. These are shot sized red cups not the large ones!
|Me, Dianne, Steve, Steve, Harry & Vickie.|
Looks like they're planning on yet more expansion.
Live music on the stage with folks dancing in front.
See the pretty green rock and the pink heart shaped rock?
All those white specks are RV's parked in a small part of the desert.
Cute little rock art out in the desert. This little fellow had a tin can tail.
Some of the old dogs (above) and some more (ha ha) below.
Red, Jim and Steve.
Pam, the Soup Master.
Donna and Allen.
|That's for sure!|
Faye and Pam
If you can zoom in you can see that all those white things are RVs.
Windy at the top!
It was a great time in Quartzsite as usual. We really enjoy seeing our RV friends and having some great times around the fire and visiting. On our final night Steve and Dianne hosted a little get together. It started out innocently enough.
Barb and Jim.
Here, try this!
Daisy snuggling with Jim.
All's well that ends well! Looking forward to recovery time in Apache Junction next!