There's a lot to see in this tiny town, including the (nearly) Naked Bookseller, Paul Winer. He's very photo-friendly, and has a great bookstore too. Of course, a lot of bloggers (including yours truly) come here to get blog-fodder....
Every year, the WINs have their annual Desert Golf Tournament while in Quartzsite. Each participant is given a golf club and a tennis ball, and the best hit of the team is used.
Another annual event we have is to go to "Somewhere" in Bouse. Yes, that's the name of the bar. They open it up one night just for us, and have a live band and burn-your-own steaks. Lots of fun!
When the WIN gathering ended, I moved over to where the Escapee Boomers were parked. I had never done anything with them before, so I thought I'd check them out. They were located up on a hill east of town and had a nice view of Quartzsite in the background.
There were a lot of rigs there. I'm on the far right, near the bottom.
Tom Doerr, one of the Boomers, took the last picture from his powered parachute. He went up every morning, and took off right next to my rig.
Farther out the road we were on are a couple old cabins.
People have gone to a lot of work to fix this one up, although no one really lives here.
The different kinds of rocks used in the construction were very colorful.
Nice signage -
And an interesting interior. There was even a big screen TV!
And a Victoria's Secret underwear tree!
The roof needed some work.
But there was a satellite dish for that big screen TV. I wonder how well that beer can works?