Thursday, January 19, 2017

Quartzite, Arizona
Polomas Road BLM

People wonder what you do sitting in the middle of the desert in January.  It was another busy day beginning with a fire safety seminar from Mac McCoy.  We've attended at least one per year from him.  He's very serious but also entertaining as a speaker.  

Part of his seminar has the women in the class putting out different kinds of fires.  I must say these women did a great job of quickly putting out the fire.  


Notice how warmly everyone is dressed.  It was in the 50's. 

I forgot to mention the gift I received from Stephanie.  It
is lemon marmalade and it tastes wonderful.

Dave came over and wanted to check out Bill's metal detector.  He's going to spend some time with Bill and Harry tomorrow showing them how to properly use the detectors.

We went into town to go to the grocery store.  While in town, we decided to show Harry and Carlena Reeder's Book Store.  It's unique and if you've never visited it, it's a must see.  I just can't describe the sight we saw.  

No one had had lunch so we stopped at the Yacht Club.  It was crowded but there was a table available.  

We skipped the Montana Owners happy hour, as we were going to a Loosey Goosey meeting at 5:30.   

It was dark, windy and cold, but somehow we all had a great time listening to the stories about Alaska.  We were the first to say we were getting cold and it was 8 pm and time to go home.

Turtle Safely........

6 comments:

  1. Wow you are really busy there. Would love to have seen the women putting out the fires and the bookstore.

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  2. Wow you are really busy there. Would love to have seen the women putting out the fires and the bookstore.

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  3. Seems to be colder there than here. Stay warm there is a hellva cold going around. We all have it.

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    1. It really wasn't that bad, we just aren't used to it.

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  4. Wish you had better weather. Looks like a great time.

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