We left Lazy Days without a solid plan. The only thing we knew we had to do was be available for a meeting with the Valley of the Sun YMCA's in Phoenix for my work on Monday morning. After that, we were free as the wind until my mom and niece flew into San Diego to visit in a couple weeks. So after a couple nights in Phoenix, we stopped over in Quartzsite again for a night. The last time we were in Quartzsite, it was for the RV show. Every spot of BLM land was filled with RV's. BLM land stands for Bureau of Land Management. They let you dry camp on it for up to 14 days for free. This time, the town was almost empty. There were a few RV's scattered around, but we easily found a field all to ourselves.
It was hot and sunny and perfect after a week of chilly weather in Tucson.
Collecting rocks, pizza at Silly Al's, and a fire made this one night stay delightful. If we had a generator or solar power, we would have stayed all week. Since we left 6 weeks ago, this was only the second fire we had and it was with one lone, lonely, loner log. There isn't much wood to be found in the desert and the stores were all out. Hummm....could be a good business opportunity?
I am a wife, mother, and exercise physiologist with one foot in the world of travel and one foot in the world of fitness. This blog is a mixture of travel adventures and wellness topics that affect women and their families. We've travelled, first in our Airstream and then in Australia, while attempting to balance work, life, health, and relationships. It's been an amazing journey so far. Join me as we navigate new places, adjust to small spaces, and meet new faces.