|QIA (Quartzsite Improvement Association)|
|Here I am the first morning, waking up after a brisk night, getting ready to set up our booth.|
|Our little home away from home for five days.|
|The day starts to warm up and our booth takes shape.|
|Although this is one way to tie down the tent for the night, we ended up just taking it off, where it remained for the duration of day two as the wind continued to blow.|
|Eduardo with the largest piece of natural amber we have ever seen. This specimen is from Malaysia.|
|The scrumptious colors of these pieces of glass found in the desert made me wish I was a glass artist.|
|Here's Eduardo working on a wire wrap design for a customer. He always seems to draw extra onlookers when he's doing his beautiful work.|
|No baths in the sink. LOL. That sign cracked me up. You KNOW how I love a good sign.|
And food, you ask? The dining hall has very affordable and delicious home cooked dinners served by smiling, energetic senior volunteers who are downright adorable every evening. And if you tire of the dining hall, you can venture out once again by just walking a few blocks to try out the local cuisine. Friday night I was craving a beer, and so we tried out Taco Mio. The food was good, but we were not fond of the way you had to wait in line to order, then go find a table, and then wait for the food. We did not get the best vibe there, and did not love the service. Hence no picture. But the next night, Saturday night, we took a walk again and tried out Silly Pete's.
|One very pricey RV!|
|Grubstake Bar and Grill|
Thanks so much for following our adventures, and Buenas Noches.