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
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
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
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
I second a trip to the Inner harbour in Baltimore. I just loved being able to get on the USS Constellation, top to way down in the bows, Havent thought of that trip in years..What fun for kids, and the Aquarium was also very nice.
This is a page I saw which may help you. I am originaly from Delaware, now living in Canada.
The Hagley museum was the first thing to come to my mind, since my father and a host of relatives of years gone by worked for the DuPont company near the Hagley site. It may be a small state, but does have lots to offer..
we stay in Quartzsite and I have a land line thru the local phone company TDS. I have their internet also. Its fiberoptic thru the phone line, 52.00/month for unlimited. Better than here in Ontario, we have xplornet satellite here at home for internet, its good, but not unlimited! To get TDS phone company internet, you must have the local phone service. Dona
we had them a few years ago, never had to use the coverage. We now use Securiglobe, they are a broker , and seem to find the best policy and price. Just spoke with them yesterday and bought for this winter. The last 2 years, have been buying a total year policy, it was less expensive than just the travel health for specific dates.
I now have a condition, less than 36 months old, so my premium is a lot higher than last year. Give them a call, they are in Quebec. Can't hurt to talk with them. Dona
I have Virgin mobile service here in Ontario. I had my own small phone, so the service, with no contract, can be cancelled anytime. Its just for emergencies, but does have about 100 minutes per month. with tax, about 29.00 per month. I signed up for it at The source. We have limited service at our house outside Shelburne, but had great service bars in Bancroft, which I would not have thought we would. Check them out, it was better than Bell for us(and way cheaper) . Dona
I’ve looked at the workamping sites, checked the local listings and searched the internet, but I haven’t really found what I am looking for.
Does anyone know or have any experience with getting a seasonal job in Quartzite? With the low cost of staying in the TT during the winter, I suspect you could bank a few bucks if you wanted to.
Anybody know how to find winter jobs at the Q? Surely all of those vendors need someone to sell that mountain of “stuff”..
I received my e-issue of the local Quartzsite newspaper. There is a classified section with a few positions. If you would like, I could forward it to you. Just pm me with email and I will. Dona
if you get to Quartzsite AZ, join the Quartzsite metal detecting club. They have 10 claims you can use . All around the Quartzsite area, where the BLM land is available. Its 20.00 to join the club. They have a coin hunt in the town park once a month, coins are planted, and you keep what you find. There is a desert outing once a month also, good hobo stew or chili, and good conversations. The general meetings are the 1st wed. of each month. You will meet lots of prospectors, gain valuable info and have a great time. I would not bother with GPAA or LDMA, unless you will be traveling to other states where they have claims, and they do have lots of Rules! LDMA is pricey,if you can, buy a used membership, if thats still allowed.
Alot of folks use the Gold Bug II, it will find small gold. The new Garrett machines are gaining in popularity as well for small gold. As is the Minelab 3030. People do use the higher priced and heavier Minelabs(5000 ) But , how deep do you want to dig! Go easy on yourself, its not a get rich quick scheme! its only a hobby. Dona
similar happened to us in Monahans Texas lat year. Stayed in a campground off I-20, no one around, only the locked laundry. Spoke with some maintenance fellas in the morning, they said to call the office. I did, she never came around to see us. Left, and called the office later and payed with credit card over the phone. Worked out OK. They sent me an email receipt. Dona
X3 on Camp Lakewood. We have stayed there when heading south and then back north for the last 10 years. Great people own the campground. Clean and neat and tidy. Its at exit 161, near the super walmart, which has diesel fuel.
Enjoy, you won't be sorry. Dona
We have the 2007 Open road 359RL3S5-I have the owners manual, have never referred to it very much. I will look again to see what info is in it. It may help you, or may not. It included all the manufacture books on the appliance, water heater, fantastic fans etc. Give me a day or two, as we are getting ready to head out on a weeks camping trip, next wednesday. We only had warranty service once, when new. Its been a great 5'er, we bought new, and we love it. Dona
thanks to everyone for the quick replies. We were at a small rv dealer close to home today, they had the kit, and will order just the cable for us, that way we can use the pins we have, just attach with a key ring. We may upgrade later to the new switch in the fall. But its always good to have a spare. Ya jut never know..!LOL.
Thanks again, Dona and Elvin
ps: all the local dealers had the Fastway breakaway cable kits, just not the cable and pin. I checked the US prices, you guys are a bit cheaper, but not by much.