Tuesday Dec. 1
Chevy dealer called us late afternoon (3:30) and said they were done with
our truck. So if we rushed we could get it yet today and save a extra day
of car rental. They did get it done ahead of schedule and the service manager
when on the phone asked me if I wanted to know the total cost. I
said NO way. She came back anyway saying it was less than originally quoted.
$1229 plus rental.. I felt a little better so off we went in the rented
Malibu to get our beloved truck back.
car is scary as in if you crash it they could never get you out of any
of the windows as they are only like a foot tall. I hope all fire
departments have jaws-of-life as those are a must to rescue people from
this unit or so many of these so called new cars. I felt like I was in
a MRI closed scan unit. (or a coffin) It drive nice and smooth but I would
NEVER buy one. The back seat area was large but I'm in the front
so screw that. You open the door and more like slid in with a shoehorn
and become part of the car. Wonder what part number you are.
But I degrees we have our
truck and Mary in the Bradley Chevy dealer office handled our billing with
friendly knowledge as she is a long time employee. So we got out in a good
mood and on our way.
went well after that, a stop at Walmart in Parker for a few goodies and
now back home in the desert. Now when we look out it's a truck and not
a silly compact car anymore.
Quartzsite is one place if
you spend time here you learn not to go for gas for your generator on a
holiday or for that matter any Sunday afternoon. People are trying to fill
up on their way back to California and you know the price of gas in CA
is nuts so they all try to stop here. They are willing to spend a hour
or so just to save gas money. All we wanted was a couple of gallons for
our Honda 3000 generator. We decided we had enough to get us by till this
traffic jam cleared out on Monday.
It sort of rained in Quartzsite
at sunset Sunday. The wind blew and a little rain... we could feel the
drops and it kicked up dirt to cover things. We had to put more rocks to
hold down our green outdoor carpets.
Terry on Sunday did laundry
and later baked whole wheat bread. The homemade egg noodles in the
background were for his chicken soup. What am I going to do with him. Way
to taskey... But me thinks I should not complain.
We had to go to the RV Pit
Stop for propane and in front of us was this...
What possess someone to go
to all the work to get the letters and get them applied to their bumper.
Must have a problem watching
Now the rest of the Monday
story... We went to the Chevy dealer in Parker as we had a readout saying
Service Break System and a clunking sound we could hear at low speed when
starting or stopping.
We took it in thinking this
should be simple fixes... A failed sensor of some sort for the brake alarm
and at worst case a U joint for the rear end.
WELL... boy were we surprised
when they came out and said we had a bad electronic brake module $500 and
$200 to replace. Have to bleed the lines after it is replaced or some such
thing. AND Not one, but three U joints shot (we were told not to
drive the truck as the drive shaft could fall out, but must leave it with
them) They offered to drive us back to Quartzsite (30 miles) and
come and get us when the truck was done but we needed more so they rented
us a 2009 Malibu at $44 a day. I just wanted to get out of there and go
Reading many RV fulltimers
blogs who have breakdowns we find ours are not so bad and just something
we need to get over. After all we didn't break down while on the side of
the road in the middle of nowhere with a drive shaft dragging underneath.
Now some may think Q is in the middle of nowhere.
The most important thing
of the day was not the truck that needed service but our human bodies that
needed the H1N1 flu shot and they were giving them at the QIA building
from 5-7 PM today. We got back and unloaded groceries and headed to the
QIA. WOW the parking lot was full and inside you would not believe the
We were directed to the
back behind hundreds of people. Thought we would never get to the front
of the line before they ran out of vaccine. But Ya know, the room was full
of people, but the staff remembered where they directed incoming people
and took them as they should in order. No complaints were heard as after
awhile we slowly moved and it took just about an hour to get to that needle
stuck in my arm. All were in good spirits and we enjoyed interacting with
others. It was a civil gathering of people who were grateful to be able
to get this shot as the media reports that many around the country are
still waiting for it. We are grateful to the La Paz County Health Dept.
Local EMTs etc. for stepping up to protect us. And they were
all very friendly. One couple in fornt of us just at the point of getting
ready for the shots when the paperwork was being checked that we all filled
out, asked if it was OK as they were from Canada. The reply was they didn't
care where you were from or what address you put on the form. Most people
in the QIA hall were snowbirds not local residents to be sure. Good people
helping other good people. A large group of people who wanted to
stay healthy, and others helping them to that end. Quartzsite is a welcoming
place, but you might need to spend more than just a week in mid January
at high big tent show season to find out what this place really has to
Happy to be back home in
Even if we have to look
out at a rented car instead of our beloved truck for a couple of days.
all had a good Thanksgiving. We did or normal outing to La Casa in Quartzsite
on north Main for their huge, with all the trimmings dinner. At only $9.95
what a deal. All homemade from scratch. OK, sure it was Yummy..
drove back through the area later and we were surprised only three cars
in the lot at 2 PM.. Other places were not busy either. We got to talking
and it is strange, as last year we were worried people might not show up
in large numbers. But not this year did that thought occur to us. Till
now. Lots of vacancies in the towns RV parks. No they they might be waiting
till after Thanksbiving who knows... and to be frank who cares as less
is better in Q for traffic. We know the big show in January will be packed,
that's a given. It's two weeks of party time in the desert for the, we
have to do that crowd. The rally circuit shows up big time. Some people
just go from rally to rally. That is their life on wheels so to speak.
Every RV group and their groupies show up for the big one. January in Quartzsite.
this guy is ready for them.
are a couple of others selling wood this year. And they have stocked up
the market must be good.
Radio Shack had their Black Friday sale all day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
not just early AM on Friday.
took advantage and drove over to Blythe, CA on Thursday after we had dinner.
a couple of must haves and a fun why not item.
2M Candle Power Rechargeable Spotlight
270-019 | Catalog #: 270-019
Prestige 320GB Portable Hard Drive
34342 | Catalog #: 25-1189
pocket-sized USB powered Iomega® Prestige 320GB portable HDD requires
no external power supply. Just plug it in and go. With the Drop Shock™
feature, this drive is rugged and flexible enough to safely store large
amounts of data in tough travel environments.
PCTV HD Mini Stick
22427 | Catalog #: 25-1286
ultra-compact, USB-powered HDTV tuner is an ideal match for your laptop.
The integrated signal booster improves reception sensitivity even if the
signal is weak. The easy-to-use TVCenter software lets you watch, timeshift
and record TV. You can enjoy TV in full-screen mode or in a scalable window
while using other applications. It comes with a remote control and high-gain
this was the fun item, not a must have but guess what, it works. A full
HD TV the size of a USB flash drive.
if we want, when boondocking and don't want to turn on the big high power
user flat screen. Can watch TV with this, if there is a station in range.
It also gets internet radio and analog TV stations that didn't have to
change over to digital. The unit also can take a regular coax antenna feed
so we can connect the unit to the Winegard roof antenna for better reception.
standing in line or getting up early on Black Friday. After all I'm a customer
not a marking gimmick...
pulled out his billfold and said I'm buying... Cool... BUT...Later... he
said I'm so happy...
Christmas shopping is done.
for the... This sucks event of the day...
doing Microsoft updates on our netbook I get a alert about a virus...
so I put it in the virus valt.
the machinge wouldn't boot. Not even into safe mode. Now this is serious
me thinks and I was right. After mcuh research and thought the only thing
I could do is hit F9 on boot which leads me through a full system reload
to factory specs. All data lost. I have extensive backup on my main
desktop but not yet on this netbook. Why do you think I bought the
above USB hard drive? I could have been backing it up over the WiFi network
to my desktops backup standalone hard drive but never did. Wont make that
time I'm going to keep it bare bones after all it is a netbook. I
just did a backup of documents over to the desktop running over the Cisco
Network Magic wifi link using a program Second Copy.
to get all the Microsoft Updates re downloaded to the netbook. That ought
to use up my Hughes satellite bandwidth in short order. Or get up and do
it in the free download window in the middle of the night. This is getting
to feel more like work as I remember it. (Note: I used to do high speed
network communications reconfigurations remotely from home which had to
be done in the wee hours.)
week we have an appointment for our Chevy diesel at the dealer in Parker.
The Service Break System readout is now staying on all the time.
It was intermittent over the last few months. Now is the time to see what
the heck is going on. And we think we have rear end problems, the
truck not us, as when starting and stopping at times it makes a clunking
sound. Like the U joint is slipping. We shall see. Might be cheaper if
it was our rear ends.
another note Terry only has a third of the 5er left to wax on
wax off. It's looking good. He is starting a loaf of whole wheat bread
now, me thinks a delaying tatic for going out to wax.
are still looking for lots in Quartzsite and so if you are here you have
to look at these on the east side of Q.
new gated development with 68 lots with a HOA you have to sign up for.
is a couple of lots we might consider but are stressed with several aspects
of the project.
This has a HOA with it and
we worry about all the aspects that could entail. I have asked in forums
web and got lots of info
on why to stay away from HOAs.
I hate to diss this development
but the infrastructure, as in the block walls seems to be in my opinion
built on the cheap side. Might be they wanted to hold down the costs along
with smaller lots. Now this is only my opinion and my blog so I hope I
can say what I observe. We may buy a lot here and I my be later persuaded
construction is adequate upon further inspection. We shall see. This
is a large development and I hope they did the engineering to determine
the construction was proper so the HOA buyers don't have maintenance issues
later down stream.
After looking all over
Q we are still right now happy to enjoy the LTV in the BLM in our boondocking
site as many others are also doing.
There are something like
65 full service RV parks in Q. But in the BLM long term visitor areas is
where the populous tend to converge. Guess they like the wide open
space unlike the parking lot aspect in the RV parks.
We were hoping to find a
deeded lot with space enough to get a sense of that LTV feeling. Is that
possible... we shall see. Kind of hard to get a hot tub and garage set
up in the BLM me thinks.
So this is life as we find
it and onward we go to see if we can improve upon it.
Had to go for water for the
5er today as last night the pump growled and we know right away when that
happens we were out of water. So after Terry got back from the rock club
at noon we went after 70 gals of water to full this sucker up again. He
did go for milk before he went to the club in the AM (I can do without
water but not milk) so I can have my cereal when I get up. We had RO water
for drinking just not RV tank water for flushing etc.
Terry must have his RO water
to make his Hot Tea in the morning. If were were out of that he would have
gone to town at midnight to be sure.
spent the day after Terry came back from the rock club relaxing for a bit.
Terry got a call while at the club that they took his mother to the
hospital again. She was scheduled to have a second heart stint placed
on Monday but she was not feeling well today so they said bring her in.
Not another heart attack as she took aspirin and that might of helped.
They did the splint right away and released her to go home later. Wow...
how does that work a heart stint installed, and go home in a few hours
later... for a 86 year old woman.
just talked to her (evening in IA) and she is home and doing fine.
bet they (his parents, go to the local Indian Casino in Tama, IA on Sunday
as they love doing that, and say they only play the nickle slots. Yah Sure...
Me thinks they have moved up to at least the quarter machines. They have
been doing this for years now. It's what people do for fun in rural Iowa.
They usually win enough to cover their buffet bill. When we are back
there we go like to go with with them to the buffet for the specials .
This is where they go Meskwaki
Bingo Casino Ya Know.. Terry's parents are over 85 years
old and still doing great, bless them, so if they want to go out for fun
at the local casino and listen to the ching chang of the machines so be
it. Why sit home out on the farm if it keeps them active. It's not
like they can't afford it.
went looking for lots in Q again. Called a few and got the asking price
on one we might consider. (see picture below) None are perfect...
Some lots are small and have a HOA and others are regular lots (no HOA)
but a little larger than what we need. We looked at this lot.
is a huge 1/4 acre lot. But if we could get it for a good price we might
go for it.
more than we could use. So we are still looking.
we come back to our boondocking site in the BLM we lit a fire...and having
So now ... Sitting here
thinking why would we want to move into Q.
is a great spot and at a the right price. $180 for the season. Amenities
extra...propane for heat and gas for the generator when the sun for our
solar doesn't do it for us. But we get water and can dump when we need
included in the seasonal BLM rate.
night sunset... Normal for Q.
humans we are a fickle lot so we shall see what we do this year or maybe
next year... As we look for lots in Quartzsite... But for right now we
are just looking... now next week we might buy... who knows.
you are in Q and bought a lot, talk to us why we should or should not do
Wednesday Nov. 18
doing his thing...
can tell we are going to have to go on a wood run soon at this rate.
other day Terry pulled up the handle to the truck tale gate and it broke
off in his hand. It got so we couldn't get it open anymore even with a
pliers and screw driver so I had to break down and order a new handle.
verified the part number with the Chevy dealer in Parker and did a quick
search on the web only putting in the part number. Bing Bang right to a
company in MI with the part. Ordered it late Monday morning and no lie
it showed up UPS at the
Rock Club here in Q Tuesday morning. How fast is that. The shipping
tag said GROUND.
if you are looking for auto parts Monster
Auto Parts might be right for you.
closer the company is in MI but they must drop ship out of Tempe AZ as
that is where it was shipped from.
as Terry thinks how do I get this thing in that hole. The other one came
out of there didn't it.
we were working on the truck also applied ArmarAll to the plastic areas
and got the bed washed out. It was full of crud from fall travel. Love
the hose attachment from the 5er. The onboard pump puts out plenty of water
back to the trailer washing and wax on, wax off retuine.
to worry wont let the work run over into happy hour...
Saturday Nov. 14
Life's little milestones.
Terry got the roof cleaned
and sealed. That's one big job now done. He has started washing the bugs
and crap off the front of the 5er now. Little by little we, I meanTerry
will have this unit all spiffy.
We broke down and went out
Friday night to the Grubstake here in north Quartzsite and had their Fish
We got there just as the
first wave of patrons were leaving so we got in in good time. The fish
was just like we remembered. Light batter on huge thick fillets. They have
changed from crinkle cut fries to thicker home style and not so many of
them. Now you say less fries, but they had been dishing out pounds of them
on each plate, way more than a normal person could eat. Now the fries are
a little more gourmet to match the superb fish fillets.
Today was dump the gray and
black tank, and on the way to the dump station in La Posa South we spotted
this unit. I remember seeing it in Trailer Life mag a while back. An inside
stair to the loft.
A link to the Outback
Loft with a slide show of the inside.
All this just to carry a
golf cart. And not a real golf course anywhere close to here me thinks.
Well a superb course up north of Parker but not down here in the desert.
It is a head turner that's
Later on we stopped at the
Sundance Trading Co. behind the Main Event vender area.
Since it's off the beaten
path they have to advertise a little more. This should do it.
We check out these places
so later on when we find we need somthing we know right were to go to get
But Ya know none of them
hold a candle to K and B Tools in Rice Ranch. The vender leader in Q.
It has cooled down with a
high of just over 70 today. Might have to put on long pants to listen outside
to Cousin Brucie on XM radio tonight. Planning on grilled chicken,
we have a whole one to cut up in half, and grill.
I remember in the past going
to local town events. You know where the town fathers, or the Legion or
some such, set up a double long section of cement blocks, pour in the coals,
place grates over the top and grill a endless supply of half chickens for
the town folks. That was years ago, (fondley remember it well). Now I bet
they get the huge metal commercial grills and do it up in a snap. Probably
have it hired done. What fun is that. Ever been to a farm progress show
or whatever, where the surrounding church groups (or similar) set up food
tents. Now that was good eats.
Well now you know what I
expect our grilled half chicken pieces to turn out like.
(If you never had community
event grilled chicken, it is just like the new KFC grilled chicken, (they
got the taste) but without the artifical taste (with salt) enhancers injected
into each piece.)
Must stop, take time for
a shower and get ready for Cousin Brucie. Have great weekend...
New plan... Grilled
chicken is too special for doing in the dark. It got late doing this
post and after football games (Iowa lost to Ohio) so we are doing chicken
Sunday afternoon. A daylight outing. My Oh My.
And for tonight $1 Burger
King 1/4 pound cheesburgers. You know the outlets have a lawsuit againt
Burger King as they are loosing money on each burger they have to
sell at $1. Time to grab some while we can.
bit of this and a lot of that.
are getting settled here in the desert in Quartzsite and doing the things
all do here... Why of course clean their rig.
roof needed cleaning. Found some non water scrubbing stuff made just for
RV roofs. Sort of like Spic and Span. Mop on mop off. No rinsing needed.
Works best as water is at a premium out here. Made by www.protectall.com
the roof gets a sealer with a UV protecterant made by the same company.
Both cleaner and treatment about $30 each for the gallon sizes. Going all
out with this 5er to be sure. Gunna make this one last me thinks.
After the roof, the top
of the slides really need cleaning.
For some reason the weather
seals got sticky and stuck to the slide lips and pulled off their runners.
The bedroom slide didn't have this problem just both big room slides.
We cleaned them and the
slide lips and reattached them but a month later they came off again.
We then just took them off
altogether. There is still the main black slide seals so not to worry about
any leaks. These only help when the slide is slid in for travel. Kind of
useless. I see RVs that don't even have these seals.
After all is clean we will
replace the slide weather seals with the new ones NuWa sent us.
(NuWa does stand behind
their units with good service. That's a well known given.)
Coat the seals with 303
protecterant and see if that does the trick.
Later on a general wash and
a (non petroleum) wax is in order. We got Wizards Supreme Seal www.wizardsproducts.com
This is acrylic for fiberglass and ok to put on over decals.
Regular petroleum wax can
cause your decals to curl over time. If you're going to do it, do it right.
Buts let's not rush this,
as I get tired watching Terry do all this work.
On our way to Blythe, CA
we noticed the AZ rest areas are closed due to the state of the budget.
Just political me thinks, as how much does it cost to keep these
open compared to other cost savings measures. (Think of the cleaning needed
when they do open them again.) Makes for a bad image for the state. Heard
the comment "A lot of plastic pop bottles will be thrown out of car
windows with you know what in them." When ya gotta go, ya gotta go.
And then someone has to clean the roadways of that trash. Real sharp thinkers
this state has.
Anyway back at the homestead
last Saturday night listening to Cousin Brucie on XM radio (channel 6)
and his national call in
Oldies Show. A good time was had.
Like it sez...
And perfect weather in the
forcast for the next ten days at least.
Sunny, upper 70s to lower
80s and no wind.
See our article What
is this place called Q.
Tonight we just had to have
our first campfire.
more on us getting set up in the LTVA [long term visitor area] BLM
homestead in Quartzsite.
you just tuned in we can stay here for about 6 months for $180 and boondock
a dump station in the area.] See this Boondocking
Guide about the options to do this in AZ and CA.
to work it out so just when Terry gets us all set up, I will be able to
say, "Time to tear it down and move".
found a deeded lot for us to buy so lets move. I want my hot tub... We
researching HOAs etc. as deeded RV lots fall into that area for the most
to consider when you get to this buying option. An informed buyer is a
must in this sort of deal, me thinks.
for Yesterday... A day trip for a Walmart fix that went bad...
day trip was in order for Tuesday.. Just a run up to Parker, AZ. Wanted
a Walmart fix and to get a scrip filled at their Pharmacy. Got in
the truck for the afternoon and out of the heat. It's been about 90°
and I know some of you like it that warm but for us that is still unpleasent.
Call us wimps if you must but that's the way it is.
it was off to Walmart and we have come to the conclusion big bad old Walmart
is not getting with the program. Yet anyway. Always thought they had their
act together but not at this location. Oh Tad, I got the last bottle of
Gordon's Gin. Lucky Me. You see the shelves are bare so to speak. Product
is short or missing altogether for many of the most wanted items. How could
that be. If you are in the market for empty meat cases this is the place
to go. Electronics was picked over and their outdoor living section has
nothing it it. This store has been open since Aug. What gives. We
asked several store managers and they all said they can't keep the product
in stock, selling out before they can restock. Looks like lots of things
were never in stock. I said what are you going to do when the crush of
snowbirds arrive? They just give blank looks. Now for the Outdoor Living
area you can tell it has never had any product in it. Don't go there looking
for Tiki torches or torch fuel, or low and behold hummingbird feeders.
Not to be found. But you will find some dried up flowering plants that
are not being watered. My who is running this disaster.
if you want Halloween costumes and/or decorations this IS the place. Isle
after isle after isle full of that crap. What possessed them to stock that
much is just crazy. Now all 50% off.
you want meat you'll have to go over to Safeway across the street where
their counters are full, just like we should have found at Walmart.
if we want somthing we can order on line and have it shipped to the store
and held for us.
side note (we did go to Safeway for meat) (had some good deals) but at
the checkout at Safeway, we think the clerk and a customer in front of
us, were friends or used to be. The customer asked if the clerk had been
to the store across the street (Walmart).
said NO and as the customer left the clerk yelled at her "Don't let the
door hit ya in the ass on the way out!".
I think the people at Safeway are a little touchy with the new competition
across the street.
don't think they have much to be worried about. (May have to lower a few
prices) but the new mini super Walmart is not that great. Only sorta, kinda,
took care of my Walmart Fix and that's after we spent $150 there. And I
still need Tiki tourch fuel. I know we can get it in Blyth, CA but who
wants to go there...
Sunday we went and gathered our picnic table etc. which had been stored
with good friends over the summer.
We got a little grass turf
and picnic table placed to start with.
Now for insurance issues
here is a picture of how we have secured our Honda 3000 inverter. See we
Now on Monday, the opening
day of the season for the shops at the Quartzsite
Gem and Mineral Club. Now if you are coming to Q do check out the largest
Gem and Mineral club in the country. Click on the link to find out what
they offer. There are classes and instruction offered in general
lapidary, silversmithing, wire wrapping, lost wax casting, faceting,
opal cutting, stone carving, and knapping. It doesn't hurt to just
to find out more. It's not my kind of thing but Terry is
into it big time so that's why we're here. You might like it. People are
having all kinds of fun, I know that much.
Terry got started setting
up our little home in the desert. Still looking at lots in town but for
now this is home.
Stop back for more as we
get settled and explore Q.
We did see another shower
vender setting up again on the north side of Rice Ranch. They don't seem
to understand people may stay in the Long Term Visitor Areas in the BLM
but they have RVs WITH showers.
Now if they set up their
showers at a weekend dirt bike or ATV race and people are camping in tents
for the weekend they should do well but not here me thinks. Just the start
of stupid vender ideas. Stay tuned.
I called Dexter Axle for
warranty claims service (We had a shorted brake magnet wire causing trailer
brake failure) and I'm very happy to say they were great to deal with.
They did ask for the SN of the axle and I had it for them as it was printed
on the data card sheet on the inside of a kitchen door. She was amazed
that NuWa had it printed out for me. As most of the time they have to make
people crawl under the trailer and get the SN. Makes for non to happy campers
she sez. So after that, a call back for the VIN number, all is well...
Just send them the bill. I need a new Nev-R-Lube bearing sent (one
of mine is leaking and they did that without question). They suggested
we wait till after the bearing is replaced and send in both bills together.
You would think they were Fan-Tastic Fan or something.
The standard for well known
great customer service.
post to show where we did land in Q.
was a big day as we had an appointmentat RV Lifestyles for 8:30 AM. That
me thinks is way to early to have the 5er all closed up delivered
at the RV repair shop. We made it about 5 min. late.
noon... RV Lifestyles in Quartzsite, AZ found the problem.
and crew there were good to work with. If you need service I recommend
them. A little out of control but they get the work done and the price
was right. Go for it... As we sat there I wondered how Howard from
RV-Dreams handled this organized chaos when they had work done here. James
and crew do go out of their way to help each and everyone who shows up
with a statment like I did... "I sorta have this situation" as I lean over
his service counter. They could write a book I'm sure.
was a brake magnet wire rubbing against the brake drum and shorting out.
They were very reasonable for labor ($127) (we were there all morning).
I will submit the bill to Dexter Axle. (Have a five year warrenty) Also
need a Nev-R-Lube bearing replaced as it is leaking. That's for another
day. Same wheel.
After the 5er was fixed
we went out and dropped it in the BLM Long Term area after we registered
for the season at $180.
Now we didn't set up the
HD Direct dish till later when we were back and I wanted to watch the NBC
nightly news which starts at 3:30 PM here from New York stations.
How strange is that. Sunday Day Light Savings time changes but that doesn't
effect AZ. That means about 20 miles west... CA will be an hour earlier
than us (corrected) first post said later).
I remember when I got up
early for black Friday a few years ago, and went to the local Radio
Shack in Q and they didn't have the stuff I wanted but they said the Blythe,
CA store which would not be open for another hour would have the stuff.
They even called them for me. [Note the Q store burned down so don't plan
on shopping here].
Now since we have DirecTV
the network HD feeds are from New York. We can watch them (or DVR them)
and go to bed early. After all it gets cold in the desert after sundown.
Especially later on in the next few months. November will still be
warm for campfires.
Now back to today...
next over to the Quartzsite Senior Center for seasonal flu shots. (What
a VERY nice place)
In and out in no time, La
Paz county health dept. has this down to a science. It was scheduled for
1-2:30 PM and we were out of there at 1:05. $10 what a bargain compared
to the big name pharmacies who want $25 or more. They will be getting the
HiNi flu vaccine in soon for Tier 2 eligible people. That's me. And
they be will putting out a notice as soon as they get it. Very nice people.
Well as you can see after
the flu shots and lunch at Carl Jrs (they have great fries). We went for
firewood (nice pile huh).
It was a big day and after
Terry changed oil in the generator we are set for a few days.
Met up with Tad and Richard
several times today as they were in town running around and helping us
get set up and making sure we were getting good service at RV Lifestyles.
Friends, it's what makes life worth living.
Now to get the picnic table
and sun shade canopy set up which was stored at Richards over the summer.
We are grateful.
Time to build a home site
in the desert. Watch us grow our campsite.
Need to get some green grass
down... or should I say artificial turf. No football playing me thinks.
Will still be looking at
deeded lots in town but for now this is home.
Saturday is work day at the
Club to get it ready for the shop opening on Monday.
Life in Q getting off to
a good start for us.
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