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RE: Toronto to Arizona

sent you a PM with our route. Weather is supposed to be in the middle 70's for all of next week. We did have some rain on friday, Have a safe trip. Dona
D&E Johnson 01/31/15 06:16am Snowbirds
RE: Indoor pools

Little Vineyard campground in Deming New Mexico has a small indoor heated pool and hot tub. Nice park , its a gravel lot, has winter snowbirds, but for our overnight, its great..
D&E Johnson 01/27/15 07:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yard Sale at Rainbow Acres Quartzsite

yes- Jan 16(fri) to Sun Jan 18th. Also the metal detectors club is having their super coin hunt on Sat. the 17th at the town park.. Dona
D&E Johnson 01/09/15 06:19am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Quartszite???

propane is 2.30 in Q, and higher in Parker. Dona
D&E Johnson 12/24/14 06:06am Snowbirds
RE: Quartszite???

high today, 66f, Christmas day 61f. Chilly. Bought diesel at Tom Wells road texaco yesterday, 2.88 credit, 2.82 cash. In Q, diesel at the 76 station is 3.22.Corner of central and main street. Used to be the old shell, changed to76 a few weeks ago, and is cheapest of all the stations. Dona
D&E Johnson 12/24/14 06:04am Snowbirds
RE: Yuma-El Centro place to stop, maybe Casino w/RV parking?

he's right, no buffet at the Q. We were just there on monday and tuesday, the prime rib was $11.95 with your players card. You have to order from the menu, food is good, not exceptional. Lots of rv's in the parking lot. Dona
D&E Johnson 12/04/14 06:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Snowbirds heading south?

It's 35f here in ontario canada tonight. We are leaving thursday morning for Arizona, we need some warmer weather after this rainy, chilly, windy summer!! Dona
D&E Johnson 10/19/14 06:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Curious About Quartzsite?

please remember, the big tent does not go up until january. As far as dry goods stores, I never shop them, some of the best before dates are way to old for my liking. You just have to be careful.
D&E Johnson 10/19/14 01:55pm Snowbirds
RE: Curious About Quartzsite?

there are 2 small grocery stores in Q. Also a dollar general and family dollar. You can travel to Parker to the mid size walmart, 45 miles, or shop at Albertsons or Smart and Final in Blythe Calif, 20 mins away. Both are good stores. There is also a Kmart in Blythe with a few groceries.. We will be in Q by halloween for the winter. I seem to spend more in Parker, cause Blue Water casino is just up the road from Wal mart!! go figure! The Roadrunner market in Q was all redone last winter, they have a good selection of fresh veggies and fruits. You will pay a few cents more per item for the convenience of shopping locally. Stop at Times 3 restaurant, between Burger King and McDonalds, for saturday night prime rib-excellent.. Dona
D&E Johnson 10/18/14 01:00pm Snowbirds
RE: Missouri to Arizona

We travel thru Missouri every year to get to Quartzsite AZ. We use I-44 thru MO. into Oklahoma, Tulsa to OK City,then south to Lawton and into Wichita Falls Tx. Take Route 277 out of Wichita falls, nice ride, towards Abilene. Pick up I-20 west thru Midland,Odessa, Monahans and Pecos, till it ends at I-10 west. This will take you towards EL Paso, then into NM. We stay at the Little Vineyards rv park at ext 85, in Deming. They even have a small indoor pool. We have found this is the best and quickest southern route to Arizona. All interstate except for the 277 route in Texas.(277 is pretty new, it by passes all the small towns, so fill up with fuel before you get on it.) Just stay on I-10, no mountains to climb, and no snow! The scenery at Texas Canyon just after entering Arizona is worth a few photos. Giant rocks left by the glaciers many years ago. Breathtaking Have a safe trip and enjoy your ride. dona
D&E Johnson 10/14/14 05:12am Roads and Routes
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