BLM Land-Polomas Road
There weren't many people moving around at the crack of dawn. It was in the 40's but lots of sunshine.
Dennis and Linda Ward were wearing their Yuengling sweatshirts so I ran and retrieved the camera for a great photo of these special people.
We wanted to check out some new goodies for the coach so we went into town. Absolutely, no traffic. It really does seem like a ghost town compared to other years.
As we entered the store, who was there but Don and Sharon Del Rosario. That's the thing about Quartzite, everywhere you go there's someone you know.
We made arrangements to have our new toy installed on Friday. This is all Dennis Hill's fault.
The rest of the circle was just about filled out. There were 8 slots still open in the morning but more came in.
Dortha and Mark Hall had invited all the Volunteer Club Representatives of the Escapees Club over for a dinner and campfire. The Montana Circle was having their Meet and Greet at the same time so we tried to attend both events.
We pulled into the Escapees area first and Gerri and John Beckman stopped us to say they knew we were coming over for a VCR thing. They were parked next to Jay and Gina Hirt, who were inside napping.
The next person I saw was Judy Rinehimer and their new addition to the family, Shade. Shade is really a beauty.
I don't think we've seen Denny and Susie Orr since last March in North Ranch. They've been through some major health issues, but you sure wouldn't know it. I could have sworn I took a photo of them but I guess I was talking so much I didn't.
Frank and Gloria King arrived after having a few problems with their coach that Frank was able to repair. He's a very handy person.
It was great fun and a great event. Everyone seemed to be having a great time.
We ended up leaving sooner than we really wanted to but knew we needed to get back for the Meet and Greet.
By the time we got back the fire was roaring. We stayed out for a little while before we decided it was time to call it a night.
Life in the middle of the desert in January. It doesn't get much better.